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Female students continue to dominate as “high performers””

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Mrs Wate, left, Supervising Minister Tanagada, centre, and Mr Liliu head of NEAD, at the release of results yesterday.
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Female students have continued to dominate as the overall higher performers compared to their male counterparts in the national exams, data released yesterday showed.

Supervising Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Linda Wate on releasing the school results yesterday stated that females continue to dominate the overall high performance compared to their male counterparts.

She said at Year 12, the highest achiever is a female student with an achieved total aggregate score of 356 out of 500, At  Year 11, highest achiever is also a female student with an achieved total aggregate of 549 out of 600. At Year 9, the highest achiever is a male student with an achieved total aggregate score of 345 out of 400.

In terms of overall student performance, at Year 9, 35% of all the 2023 cohort have achieved at and above minimum aggregate score of 212 (aggregate score range of 212 – 400). For SISC, 72.9% of the 2023 cohort have achieved at and above minimum aggregate score of 265 (aggregate score range of 265-500).

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