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Seven Malaysian Students Win ‘Top in the World’ By The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards

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Source: MCKL

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Seven out of 12 students from Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL) have carved Malaysia’s name on the global academic map by winning the ‘Top of the World Awards’ in the internationally recognized Cambridge Learner Awards. As reported by Bernama, a statement released by MCKL explained that these seven students were among those who received the prestigious awards from Cambridge Assessment International Education, part of the University of Cambridge, to acknowledge their outstanding examination performance.

Taken by students in over 160 countries globally, the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards is created to celebrate students who have shown exemplary achievement in Cambridge International exams. Eng Wai Lam, one of the seven students, won first place and was crowned the ‘Best Across Three Award’ as he has performed exceptionally great in the subjects of Further Mathematics & Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry respectively, by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

The remaining six are Saranya Anandraj (Law), Adrianna Eva Alfred Tais (Literature in English), Liew Xiao Theng (Psychology), Alvin Chan Zheng Jing (Mathematics), Chan Junwin (Mathematics), and Lum Ting Fang (Mathematics).

The Cambridge IGCSE is an internationally recognized examination that gives students the opportunity to earn a prestigious international qualification. Last year, more than a million students took part in the Cambridge International-based examination from more than 10,000 schools around the world. Congratulations everyone and we are proud of you!

 

Also read: Malaysian Named Top 20 Finalists For The Commonwealth Youth Awards 2021!


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