Negri's 2023 SPM results best in 10 years


SEREMBAN: Negri Sembilan did better in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia examination in 2023 with the state registering an average grade (GPN) of 4.33 compared to 4.5 for 2002.

The number of students who scored A+ in all subjects also increased from 16 to 20.

Negri Education Department director Datuk Dr Roslan Hussin said the state's average grade was also better than the national average grade of 4.6.

"The 0.17 improvement in the GPN is also the highest over the past 10 years," he told reporters.

He said 631 students scored As in all subjects versus 533 in 2022.

Roslan said Tunku Kurshiah College emerged as the best school in the fully-residential school category with a school average grade (GPS) of 1.25.

SMKA Dato' Haji Abu Hassan Haji Sail was the best in the Islamic school category with a GPS of 1.58 followed by SM Agama Nilai with 1.91 in the government-assisted religious school section.

SMK King George V topped the national school category with a GPS of 2.21.

"The GPN performance of candidates in urban schools improved by 0.15 while those in rural schools also improved by 0.22 points,"he said.

Tunku Kurshiah College had the most number of students scoring A+ in all subjects with 73, followed by SM Sains Tuanku Munawir (50), SM Sains Rembau (44), SM Sains Tuanku Aishah Rohani (35), SM Sains Tuanku Ja'afar (29), SMK King George V (26), SMK Puteri (26), SMK Datuk Abdul Razak (24), SMKA Hj Abu Hasan Hj Sail (23) and SMK Chan Wa (21).

A total of 14,158 students sat for the SPM compared to 14,862 in 2022.

He said 13,008 students or 93.9% were eligible for the SPM certificate after obtaining a pass in both the Bahasa Melayu and History papers.

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