The past week saw some developments that affirm HELP as the leading centre for A-Level studies.
From Professor Dame Carol Black, the Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge
“You will be pleased to hear that two of your former students have achieved Firsts in recent examinations:
- Grace Ng for Part IA of the Natural Sciences Tripos
- Melissa Chee for Part IIA of the Chemical Engineering Tripos
- Much of the credit for this must go to the education they received before coming to Cambridge. We are always keen to receive applications from students of such calibre.”
Grace Ng (left) and Melissa Chee (right): First Class results in Chemical Engineering
From Dr Paul Chirico, Senior Tutor, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
“I am delighted to tell you that Andrew Foong has finished his year at Fitzwilliam with a First Class result in Engineering. We would be delighted to receive applications from any of your students who promise such outstanding achievement… our Admissions Tutors are keen to stay in close touch.”
Andrew Foong: First Class result in Mechanical Engineering
Meanwhile, another straight As student Chun Hao Zhe has been admitted to Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 2016 to study Chemical Engineering.
Four MARA Scholars who studied A-Levels at HELP have been admitted into leading UK universities.
A total of 18 A-Level students have been accepted into top medical schools in Malaysia, the UK and Ireland, including 3 to Trinity College Dublin.
To study medicine at Trinity College Dublin
Leow Tjun Wei
Celeste Chew Sze Ting
Yeow Yen Ting
Fifteen other students will enter these medical schools:
- King’s College London
- Edinburgh University
- Newcastle University
- University College Dublin & local partner
- Royal College of Surgeons Ireland & local partner
- International Medical University