PM Lee Hsien Loong reminds students collecting A-level results today to be thankful

Junior College students cheering during the release of GCE A-level results. About 14,000 students took the A-level examinations last year and will be collecting their results on March 2, 2015. -- PHOTO: ST FILE 
Junior College students cheering during the release of GCE A-level results. About 14,000 students took the A-level examinations last year and will be collecting their results on March 2, 2015. -- PHOTO: ST FILE 

SINGAPORE - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has some advice for students collecting their GCE A-level results today.

"Today may feel like the end of a long journey of studying. Or you may be looking forward to the possibilities ahead. You may even be planning to take a gap year, before continuing your studies," he wrote on his Facebook page on Monday morning.

Wishing them all the best, he added: "Whichever path you choose, don't forget to thank the teachers, family members and friends who helped you to get here. Do continue to work hard and live life to the full."

 

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About 14,000 students took the A-level examinations last year.

Students can collect their result slips from their schools at 2pm. Private candidates will be notified of their individual results by post. They will also be able to access their results on the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board website at http://www.seab.gov.sg from 2pm.

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