21 Aug, 2019
10 : 00
Michelle Lo, a Year 11 student at YCIS, is one of the two students who achieved 10A*s in the recent IGCSE exam. 14 students also scored 8As or above. Out of 121 students sitting for the IGCSE exams, 93% of them were awarded distinctions or merits. 38 students received distinction.
Michelle, feeling surprised at her outstanding performance, shared her constant worry about studying Chinese language. As she only speaks in English at home, she can only practise Chinese language during class. That’s why she regards Chinese as the most challenging.
Believing in the effectiveness of time management, Michelle, other than finishing assignment and daily revision, further spared 2-3 extra hours for revision every week. She thanked her parents for continuous support and encouragement, and providing her freedom to explore personal interests.
She also participated in various extra-curricular activities to broaden her horizon.
Michelle, following her parents, plans to engage in medicine-related field and study in Australia. Her brother, who scored 9A* and 1B two years ago, also sets a role model for her to follow.
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We congratulate Michelle once again for her amazing performance!