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SK St Monica keeps UPSR top spot in Sandakan

Results
Top scorers of SK St Monica show their examination result slips with their teachers

18th November, 2016

By ALIZA ALAWI

SANDAKAN: SK St Monica retains its place as the top school with the best examination results for Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) 2016 in this district.

It also kept its ranking as the fourth best school in Sabah for UPSR 2016, when the results were announced on Thursday.

This year, it obtained an 88.97 per cent pass with a school average grade of 2.41.

Six pupils scored 6As and they are Andi Mohd Asyraf Paturusi bin Adam, Andi Nurul Asyiqin binti Arshad, Brandon Chin Min Qiao, Brenna Lo Tzi Yuet, Nurin Afifah binti Mohd Azlan and Sanchitha A/P Sangkar.

A total of 136 candidates sat for the UPSR in SK St Monica and 10 of them scored at least 5As for all subjects taken. There was however a slight drop in the passing rate compared to last year. The percentage was 91.45 per cent in 2015 and 88.97 per cent this year.

The school average grade last year was 1.92. SK Sungai Madang was second after SK St Monica with a 100 per cent passing rate this year and a school average grade of 2.56.

SK St Mary Convent came in third followed by SK Tanjung Pisau scoring 78.57 per cent and 100 per cent in passing rate respectively and a school average grade of 2.87 and 2.89 per cent.

Sandakan Education officer Sharif Mahada Sharif Attar said this year a total of 4,481 candidates sat for the UPSR 2016 in 66 primary schools.

Of the total, 2,090 passed all the subjects taken. (See more reports on Page 7)

   
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