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     FrontPage Edition: Thu 24 January 2008

 Singapore-Cambridge GCE 'O' Level Exam 2007 Results

Source: www.moe.gov.sg

Results of the 2007 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level) Examination

The Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O-Level) Examination is conducted jointly by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board and the Ministry of Education.
There were 38,450 school candidates in the 2007 O-Level Examination. Of these, 38,402 or 99.9% have been awarded certificates. In the 2006 O-Level Examination, there were 38,550 school candidates or 99.9% who were awarded certificates. An information sheet on students and schools with good performance is at Annex A.
The results of the 2007 and 2006 O-Level Examinations for school candidates are as follows:

 

Year

 

No. Sat

5 or more GCE

O-Level Passes

 

 

No.

%

2007

38,450

30,891

80.3

2006

38,593

31,490

81.6

 

 

Year

 

No. Sat

3 or more GCE

O-Level Passes

 

 

No.

%

2007

38,450

36,368

94.6

2006

38,593

36,710

95.1

 

 

Year

 

No. Sat

1 or more GCE

O-Level Passes

 

 

No.

%

2007

38,450

38,402

99.9

2006

38,593

38,550

99.9

 

This year, 3,516 or 30.2% of the 2007 Secondary 4 Normal Academic [Sec 4N(A)] students sat for 1-2 subjects in the O-Level Examination. 91.7% of these students passed the examinations. Selected Sec 4 N(A) students may now offer up to 2 O-Level subjects out of the full range of O-Level subjects.
A total of 3,029 private candidates sat for the 2007 O-Level Examination. Of these, 2,697 or 89.0% have been awarded certificates.
School candidates have been issued their results by their respective schools from 2:00 pm today. Private candidates will be informed of their results by post. Private candidates may also access their results through the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board website at http://www.seab.gov.sg from 2:00 pm today.
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Source: www.moe.gov.sg Press Release 24 Jan 2008

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