ACS (I) comes up tops in IB exam again
Published on Jan 6, 2013 9:28 PM
The Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) has bettered its performance in the International Baccalaureate diploma exams.
Results for the 2012 examinations show that 37 of its students obtained perfect scores - up from 29 the year before. In total, 41 students from Singapore got perfect scores. A perfect score is 45 points.
One came from St Joseph's Institution International, while the rest are believed to be from the School of the Arts.
This is the school's best results since its first cohort sat for the examination in 2007.
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