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Release of 'N' Level Results
2018 Release of GCE N-Level Results
On Monday 17 December 2018, graduating students from Northland Secondary School received their GCE N-level results. All of them were warmly welcomed by our Vice-Principals and Year Head. In the Normal Academic course, 71 students qualified for the Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP), whilst 10 students qualified for the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP). In the Normal Technical course, 100% of the students qualified for post-secondary education in the Institute of Technical Education (ITE).
Our top performers paid tribute to our teachers for their hard work –
Cindy Tan from 4R4 paid tribute to her teachers, “I'd like to show my appreciation to all my subject teachers, Miss Mano, Miss Liao, Mdm Soh, Mdm Ma, Mr Lim, Miss Chia, Mr Teo, Mr Koh, Mrs Ong and Mrs Matthews. Their encouragement and guidance made me believe in myself.”
Wilson Liaw from 4R4 is thankful to HOD Mathematics, Mr Tan for his help, “I could not have achieved without his support.”
Jasmine Lim from 4R5 is also appreciative to her teachers who stayed back to help her close her learning gaps.
Nuril Rushdah Bte Zulkarnain, 4R7 said, “I would like to thank my teachers, Miss Gu and Mr Chan, for making this possible and for giving me hope. They would always push me to do my best and never once gave up on me. My parents were also there throughout this journey.”
Dumaquit Danzel Lu Enriquez, 4R8 would like to thank Mr Latiff for his patience in teaching her Mathematics.
Juliada John Kenneth Baclaan, 4R9 is very grateful to his Form Teacher, Mdm Santha for her guidance.
Some of the top performing students shared their secrets to their success as well as well-wishes to the juniors –
Muhamad Rasyid B Hashim, 4R6, advised his juniors to start their revision as early as possible and do not to be afraid to clarify any information which they might not understand.
Alan Cheng, 4R9 also suggested, “Be attentive at all times to your teachers when they are teaching so you will not miss out any important information.”
Ryan Choo, 4R6 highly recommends the Pomodoro Method to his juniors as it has helped him tremendously. The Pomodoro Method consists of 25 minutes of revision, followed by a 5-minute break per cycle. On the fourth cycle, one can take a longer break of about 15 minutes.
Ong Jing Kai from 4R6 advised his juniors not to sleep after finishing their examinations, “Checking through your work for careless mistakes will help you!”
Benjamin Ng, 4R7 said, “Don’t forget to show your appreciation to those who have helped you along the way, and always surround yourself with friends who will be there for you.”
Lim Zhan Guang, 4R6 advises all Northstars, “Study hard and work towards your goals and dreams!”
Muhammad Irsyad B Mohamad B, 4R9 also recommends, “Be steadfast when facing the challenges and work hard for your future!”
2017 Release of GCE N-Level Results
On Monday 18 December 2017, graduating students from the newly merged Northland Secondary School received their GCE N-level results. All of them were warmly welcomed by Mdm Jennifer Tan Siew Woon, our principal. In the Normal Academic course, 41 students qualified for the Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP). In the Normal Technical course, 100% of the students qualified for post-secondary education in the Institute of Technical Education (ITE).
Some of the top performing students shared their secrets to their success as well as well-wishes to the juniors -
Leslie Tolson from 4R5 said, “I had to revise every day, not after my June holidays but since January, and going to my teachers to clarify my doubts. I didn’t want to disappoint anyone this year as it is a crucial year for me.”
Jordan Lau from 4R5 said, “I used to stay up late at night to study. Later on, I decided it was better to study early in the morning. It helped me a lot. My teachers were also very helpful with their advice and they were willing to go the extra mile for me. I really appreciate them.
“Read more books, read more newspapers and have enough sleep. Don’t just follow your friends blindly. You need to know what you need to do and give yourself some pressure and confidence.” This is the advice given by Yi Ran from 4R9.
Kelvin Lee from 4R9 is thankful for the care given by his family and teachers, Miss Jennifer Lim, Miss Sally Poh and Miss Fathona and is grateful for their unwavering support.
Kelvin Chia from 4R5 advised his juniors to work hard and aim high. Consistency is important when one is preparing for a major examination.
Raashidah Raihanah D/O J A from 4R4 also advised her juniors not to study last minute and to start preparing from the beginning of the year.
Abdul Majeed Bin Abdul Hamid from 4R9 advised, “Focus in class. That’s important. Always finish your work in school because I don’t trust that I’ll finish my work at home. Last but not least, always trust your teachers.”
Gary Tan from 4R10 attributed the secret to his success to his resilience and advised all his juniors to work hard and strive for their future.