The detailed subject analysis, together with the school’s average grade/CGPA are in the following tables. Click on the titles.
It was another fantastic year for the STPM 2011. Out of the 12 students with 5A’s in the country, two were from MBSSKL – Eric Khong and Lim May Teng. A total of 4 students had a CGPA of 4.0 – Eric Khong, MayTeng, Anthony Yew and Lee Pei Kiat. The school’s CGPA at 2.75, though lower than last year’s 2.82, was still one of the best amongst KL schools. Compared to national figures, MBSSKL is far ahead. Nationally only 23.9% of the students scored a CGPA of 3.0 or above compared to nearly of students in MBSSKL. Majority of the subjects saw improvement with the most significant for Physics. This subject had a 100% pass and nearly a quarter of the students scored As, a historical feat. The graphs show the performance of the school from 2001-2011 and also its performance compared to national figures.
MBSSKL remained at the top ten position in KL/Putrajaya for the PMR 2011. With an average grade of 1.67, it could not match the historical best of 1.59 for the year 2010. Overall, the percentage of straight A’s at 23% was higher than that of 2010 and the second best in the history of MBSSKL. Also 41.4% of the students scored 7A’s or 8A’s. The graphs below show the average grade of the school, the percentage of straight A’s and 7A’s or 8A’s for the years 2000-2011
It is another historical best in the STPM 2010 results for MBSSKL. MBSSKL emerged as the top school in KL as we received the largest number postcard invitations to apply to Universiti Sains Malaysia, the nation’s Apex University which only accepts students with a CGPA of 2.67 or better. One of our students, Ling Xiao Chun scored 5As with all 13 papers scoring distinction, making him the top 4 student in the nation. Most of the science subjects showed marked improvement but some arts subjects show slight deterioration. However, one Arts subject stands out amongst all subjects, i.e. Visual Arts. All the four students scored an A!. The STPM of 2010 also saw a full 100% passes, with all students having at least a C. Compared to national average MBSSKL is far ahead. More than 50% of the students scored a CGPA of 3.0 or more, compared to only 23.19% nationally. The school CGPA of 2.82 is also the best since 2002, placing it as the top 47 schools in the nation for STPM. More than 80% of MBSSKL students are expected to obtain places in the local universities. Go forward MBS!
PMR 2010 is another historical best for MBSSKL. The average grade of the school, a measure of the overall results is at 1.59, the best so far. Most of the subjects also were at the historical best. Bahasa Melayu is at the historical best in terms of percentage of A’s. History, Geography, Mathematics, Science and Industrial Arts are the historical best in terms of average grade and percentage of A’s. Nevertheless, the percentage of straight A’s has fallen from 37.38% to 21.79% mainly due to Mandarin, in which many would-be straight A’s students got a B. This subject fared one of the worst in its history with the percentage of A’s at mere 15.49% compared to 48.75% previously. A post mortem will be held to gauge this decline and serious steps will be taken to alleviate the problems identified.
The SPM 2010 results show a slight improvement compared to the previous year. Though the school did not achieve a 100% pass (as measured by at least a pass in BM), the overall grade of 3.26 is still better than that of 2009, which was 3.32. A total of 16 students scored straight A’s with one student scoring 9A+. Marked improvements were seen in a number of subjects – BM, History, Mathematics, Visual Arts Education and Chinese Language while other subjects were flat or showed slight decline. About 44% of the students scored 5A’s or better compared to 45% in 2009
The school maintained its good results in the STPM 2009 despite skepticism after the trial examinations in 2009 which showed a drop in most of the subjects. The school managed to obtain a CGPA of 2.73, the better than 2008, matching the level in 2007 and the best in 5 years. Four students had a flat CGPA of 4.0 and one of them had 5A’s putting him as one of the top in the nation. Only 15 students in Malaysia obtained 5A’s for 2009. Compared to national data, MBSSKL is well ahead. More than 40% of MBS students had good results – CGPA of 3.0 and above- compared to only 22.08% nationally. A CGPA of 3.0 or better will enable a student to enroll into a good course at the local public university. Also more than 85% of MBS students scored a minimum of CGPA of 2.0 compared to only 61.46 at the national level.
MBSSKL had astounding results for 2009. The average grade, 1.64, was the second best in the school history. Only in 2006, the average grade was better – 1.62. However, the percentage of straight A’s and those with 7A’s or 8 A’s broke all records. The percentage of straight A’s was 37.38, indicating that a staggering 77 out of the 206 students had all A’s. This achievement put MBS as the third best school in KL in terms of straight A’s. Also nearly half of the students scored 7A’s or more. The graphs below show average grade trend over ten years and the percentage of straight A’s from 2000-2009.
On a subject basis, the percentage of A’s for Bahasa Melayu, English, Science, Mathematics, Geography and History are at their historical best. The astounding PMR results for 2009 grabbing two awards from the State Education Department – Outstanding Controlled or Full Boarding School and the third best school in KL in terms of straight A’s. A big thank you to all teachers, parents and stakeholders who have strifed and supported MBS to go this far. Go Forward MBS
MBSSKL has commendable results for the 2008 PMR. Again it is at the top 10 position in KL. The average grade was almost similar to last year at 1.81. A total of 39 students (20%) of the students scored straight As, the best in 5 years. Bahasa Melayu, English Language, Chinese Language and Geography saw improvements, while the other subjects were unchanged or showed slight deterioration
The SPM 2008 results that were released on 12 March 2009 proved to be a very proud and significant moment in the history of MBSSKL. Not only was the overall performance of the school, measured by the school average grade, at the historical best, the school also bagged a record number of awards given by the state education department and had a 100% pass once again. MBSSKL’s name was called up five times at the auditorium at the state education department to receive the following awards:
- Best improvement in the average grade
- Highest percentage of As in Bahasa Melayu
- Highest percentage of As in Physics
- Highest percentage of As in Mathematics
- Improvement of 0.37 in the average grade
The school has an overall average grade of 3.16, a historical best and a 100% passes. The graph below depits the average grade (the lower the better) from 2000-2008.
The results of STPM show that there is a marginal deterioration in the CGPA – 2.71 compared to 2.73 in 2007. Nevetheless this CGPA is still commendable as it is one the best in the history of MBSSKL. In only three years 2002, 2003 and 2007 were the CGPA higher than 2008. Compared the national averages, MBSSKL is much ahead. Nationally only 18.4% of the students have a CGPA of more than 3.0 compared to 35.8% of the students in MBSSKL. This shows that 46 MBSSKL’s students have good or excellent CGPAs which will enable them to enroll into good courses in the local universities. About 85% of MBSSKL’s students achieve a CGPA of 2.0, a minimum requirement for entrance in the local universities compared to only 58.6% at the national average.