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From left Desmond Tan, Ang Choon Seong, Loke Cheok Quen and Neoh Joon Kee

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From left Ryan Khoo, Ong Chiew Hsiung, Kuah Swee Heng, Norman Ng and Foo Kuok Thong
 

PFS scores 99.6% pass in SPM 2002. 5 candidates obtained 10 straight A1’s , 3 candidates obtained 10 straight A’s. 23 obtained 9A’s, 14 obtained 8A’s, 12 obtained 7A’s and 6A’s respectively. 242 candidates sat for the examination last year.

10 A1’s
Albert Lim Zishen (5Z)
Ang Choon Seong(5Z)
Loke Cheok Quen (5Z)
Muniswaran (5Z)
Neoh Joon Kee (5Z)

10 A’s
Abu Zharr Bin Abu Hurirah (5Z)
Desmond Tan (5Z)
Oo Cheng Yeow (5Z)

9 A’s
Abdul Rashid Karim (5Z)
Chan Kok Wai (5Z)
Chan Neng Keet (5Z)
Eric Koay (5Z)
Evan Quahv (5Z)
Gary Cheah Joo Kee (5Z)
Ho Yon Li (5Z)
Julian Chow (5Z)
Khoo Song Weng, Ryan (5Z)
Kuah Swee Heng (5Z)
Norman Ng (5Z)
Ong Chiew Hsiung (5Z)
Pak Cheng Yeow (5Z)
Shreeram Navin (5Z)
Shuhaimi bin Abdul Farouk (5Z)
Tan Jia Jan (5Z)
Yam Chee How (5Z)
Por Kai Tarng (5N)
Cheah Wee Keat (5D)
Esmond Khoo Yu Shen (5D)
Foo Kuok Thong (5D)
Mohamed Shuaib Bin Mohd Shaeed (5D)
Noel Chow Zher Ming (5D)

8 A’s
Pengiran Aizuddin (5B)
Adrian Benjamin LIm (5Z)
Cheong Chong Meng (5Z)
Fred Goh Tse Yung (5Z)
Ho Chun Hoong (5Z)
Jonathan Lee (5Z)
Low Lin Yun (5Z)
Shi Ming Yu (5Z)
Tan Wan Yean (5Z)
Yeoh Yen Chong (5Z)
Benjamin Khor Wye Jin (5D)
Fabian Ong Chun Sean (5D)
Leroy Luar Yung Hwang (5D)
Teo Lee Ken (5D)

7 A’s
Muhammad Farid bin Jasni (5T)
Noor Hafiz bin Noor Eing (5J)
Ng Chao Xian (5D)
Tan Jian Huat (5D)
Wismen A. Bendula (5D)
Chee Boon Seong (5D)
Christopher Yeoh Siu Ngee (5D)
Khaw Boon Guan (5D)
Yeoh Wei Tatt (5Z)
Chan Mun Cheong Christopher (5N)
Chean Chun Yee ( 5N)
Jaryl Loh Wen Li (5N)

6 A’s
Suriyaprakash a/l Kumaresan (5B)
Gan Boon Chye (5K)
Toh Yoong Thye (5K)
Stefan Anthony Dawson (5D)
Teoh Hock Jin (5D)
Wong Yew Meng (5D)
Wong Zi Ming (5D)
Kevin Teoh Chao Ing (5D)
Lim Wei Ming (5D)
Alan Ong Boon Kheng (5N)
Eeswaran Visweswaran Navaratnan (5N)
Hazrin bin Mohammad (5N)

SPM results for the last four years in PFS

  1999 2000 2001 2002
12A     1  
10A 3 7 12 8
9A 5 13 14 23
8A 10 23 16 14
7A 18 12 15 12
6A 15 3 12 12
Total 58 58 70 59
Total number of candidates 242 243 238 242
Percentage Pass 98.76% 100% 100% 99.6%

The top ten schools in Penang in terms of total number of candidates obtaining at least 9A’s

School 12A 11A 10A 9A Total
Jit Sin High School   1 42   43
Penang Chinese Girls’   2 35   37
Chung Ling High School   3 28   32
Chung Ling Butterworth 1 10 18   29
Penang Free School   1 8 18 26
Bukit Mertajam High   2 4 11 16
Convent Butterworth   1 2 11 15
Saint Xavier Institution     3 11 15
Convent Green Lane     5 10 15
St. Georges’     6 7 13

This table is reproduced from Kwong Wah Daily.
* It should be 23 here. The total for PFS should be 31 which means PFS should be placed fourth in the state.

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