Congrats! : Singaporean student clinches prestigious Angus Ross Prize

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The winner is the handsome one….

Two local students have made Singapore proud (sniff) when they came in top and runner-up for Cambridge International’s Angus Ross Prize.

For those of you who are not educated enough, unlike us, The Angus Ross Prize is awarded each year to recognise students’ outstanding performance in Cambridge International A-Level Literature in English examinations

Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong from Hwa Chong Instituition (HCI) and Chua Cheng Han Sean from Raffles Institution (RI) were awarded the top and runner-up awards.

About 12,000 worldwide entries are received each year from candidates outside the United Kingdom who take the various International A-Level English Literature syllabuses examined by Cambridge International Examinations.

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