PHOTO: Raisin (fourth left) thumbs up with the best students at SRK St. Anne’s Convent.
November 17, 2016
LABUAN – A student must fully focus in class to understand the lesson, said one of the best students in UPSR this year here in Labuan, Muhammad Amir Ikhwan Azman.
Speaking to Labuan Times after receiving his result in SRK St. Anne’s Convent this morning, he spoke that if there was a thing that a student did not understand in class, the student must ask the teacher.
“It is important for students to respect their parents and teachers to succeed,” he said, whose ambition was to be a chemist.
Muhammad Amir who was schooling in SRK St. Anne’s Convent scored straight 6A’s in his UPSR.
When asked, Muhammad Amir who loved to read books in his pastime advised his fellow students to give their best in their studies and to not feeling sad if their results turned out to be not as what they expected before.
While, his schoolmate, Evania Liew Hui Chen told that there was no secret in her effort to score 6A’s in her examination.
“Just study and focus in class. Students should listen the advice from their parents and teachers,” she said who dreamed to be a vet.
When asked, her tip was helping her fellow friends to understand the lesson in class (for her to understand more).
Some six students had scored 6A’s in their Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) and a student for 8A’s here in Labuan this year.
The six students were Hariz Imran Muhammad Hanafis (SK Pekan II), Mohammad Amir Wafi Abdul Rahman (SK Pekan I), Muhammad Ariefuddin Mohd. Azlan (SK Pekan I), Evania Liew Hui Chen, Muhammad Amir Ikhwan Azman and Syazwi Sahafaruddin (SRK St. Anne’s Convent).
While, the single best student who scored 8A’s was Melanie Yap Wan Yi from SJK(C) Chi Wen.
Meanwhile, SRK St. Anne’s Convent was the centre for the UPSR result announcement by the director of Labuan Education Department, Raisin Saidin.
Some 1,279 students had sat for the UPSR on September this year at 18 schools here.