IGCSE Results

IGCSE Results

 

Our Top Achievers Jerric Chong Yijie obtained an impressive 12 straight A*s while Ho Li-Enn obtained 11A*, 1A!

We also had the following students who obtained 11 straight A*s!

Craig Hong Jie Hao
Cheong Yun Li
Ethan Ong E Chern
Lee Mei Jing
Loo Yang Ching
Ng Su Fey

13% of students attained 11A*/As while 20% gained 10A*/As

Achievement 2018
12 A*/As 2%
11 A*/As and above 13%
10 A*/As and above 22%
9 A*/As and above 31%
8 A*/As and above 37%
7 A*/As and above 43%
Source: SKIS

From our 2018 cohort,

  • 62% achieved A*/A
  • 81% achieved A*- B
  • 93% achieved A*- C
This means that 93% of students gained credits in their examinations.

 

Cambridge ICE

Cambridge International Certificate in Education (ICE) exposes students to a broad and balanced curriculum and enables them to demonstrate competence in a wide range of subjects. Students are required to take subjects from five curriculum areas:

  • 2 from Languages
  • 1 from Humanities
  • 1 from Sciences
  • 1 from Mathematics
  • 1 from Creative & Vocational

There is 100% Pass Rate in the Cambridge ICE with 96% at Merit and above. Of this, there are 62% Distinctions.

A*/A Grades

For subjects with high performance, 9 subjects achieved more than 60% A*/A which is the international benchmark for excellent performance:

Subject A*/A Grades
Mandarin MFL 100%
Music 100%
Malay 89%
Chemistry 83%
Physics 78%
Design Technology 71%
Chinese 1st Language 68%
Biology 67%
French 62%
Note: Chemistry is 35% above the world average and 100% A*-C.

There are 11 subjects which achieved at least 10% above the world average with Music being the highest at 47% above the world average.

A*-C Grades

As SKIS is an inclusive school that takes students of a wide range of ability, we are proud of the performance of students using the A*-C measure.

There are 6 subjects with 100% A*-C grades

  • Art and Design
  • Chemistry
  • Chinese 1st Language
  • Malay
  • Mandarin MFL
  • Music

There are also 10 subjects with at least 10% above the world average for A*-C with Art being the highest at 37% above the world average.

92% of students have at least 5 A*-C (5 credits)