Thursday, June 16, 2011


It's good news. St Michael's scored excellently in MUET this year, with one student getting a band 6, a perfect score. A band 6 student is defined as a very good user and has a very good command of the language. He or she is highly expressive, fluent, accurate and appropriate language: hardly any inaccuracies. Possesses a very good understanding of language and contexts. Functions extremely well in the language.
Tung (standing, second from left) and his classmates. Thanks to Ivan Tan for the picture.
Out of 174 students, one got a band 6. He is TUNG KENG FAI from USS1, a Michaelian since Form One. Thirty three scored band 5, 83- band 4, 57 scored band 3 and 17 with band 2. None got band 1. What excites Michaelians is we are better than many schools with Form Six in Perak, beating even ACS. Our long-standing tradition in English speaking culture bears fruit. Congratulations, Tung and all others, including teachers!
Michaelians Are Great! We have many reasons to celebrate our 100 years!

1 comment:

bonny b said...

Dear Sir,
With all respects to your wonderful blog-site, may we always be reminded of the emphasis placed on good grammar by our former English teachers. While it is acknowledged that standards have fallen of late, we should at least try to uphold this small but important 'tradition' here.
Still, we are all grateful to even have this wonderful blog. Thank you.