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GCE N Level Results


2017 GCE National Examinations

In the 2017 GCE ‘O’ Level Examinations, 93.5% of our Secondary Four Express students were eligible for junior college education while 100% were eligible for polytechnic courses. In terms of percentage distinctions, our students performed above the national average in English Language, Malay Language, Chinese Language, Elementary Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Science (Chemistry / Biology), Computer Studies, Combined Humanities, Design & Technology and Music.

For our Secondary Five Normal (Academic) students, 82.8% were eligible to pursue a polytechnic education. In terms of percentage distinctions, our students performed above the national average in Malay Language, Chinese Language, Combined Humanities, Elementary Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Science (Physics / Chemistry), Principles of Accounts and Music.

For our Secondary Four Normal (Academic) students, 97.6% were eligible for Secondary Five education and 16.9% for the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP). In terms of percentage distinctions, our Normal (Academic) students performed above the national average in English Language, Chinese Language, Elementary Mathematics, Science Combined Humanities, Art, Tamil Language, Design & Technology, Express Science (Physics / Chemistry), Express Elementary Mathematics, Express Chinese Language and Express Design & Technology.

Our Normal (Technical) students also performed above the national average in terms of percentage distinctions in English Language, Basic Malay Language, Mathematics, Mathematics, Science, Normal (Academic) Chinese Language and Normal (Academic) Elementary Mathematics.

We are especially proud of 77 of our Express students who achieved at least 5 distinctions, as well as 15% of our Normal (Academic) students who pursued their education via the PFP and 12% others who chose the Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme. These students set challenging goals for themselves and demonstrated the Chung Cheng Spirit of learning, striving for improvement as they worked hard to maximise their potential.


Information for Students

Please refer to the Briefing slides for more information
2017N level Admin Briefing.pdf