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Emotions were running high this week as students, parents and schools celebrated the results of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, Malaysia. In total, 187 students from 52 schools across Malaysia picked up their certificates at the ceremony held at the Hotel Armada, Petaling Jaya on 27 November 2017. The awards recognise outstanding achievement in the June 2017 Cambridge exam series.
Students shared their thoughts as they went up to collect their awards:
Abigail Chang Ying Jie, Top in Malaysia winner for Cambridge IGCSE Geography and Biology, and Top in World winner for Cambridge IGCSE Drama said, 'I was surprised and I feel really proud, it feels great to have recognition for the hard work I put in. This also encourages me to push and work harder in my future education as well as life. Cambridge subjects don’t only teach you textbook knowledge, they teach you to think outside the box and link it to your knowledge. I like how the subjects trigger my thoughts and teach me to think.'
'The subjects that I studied always motivated me to give my best at all times, in any work that I do. I am genuinely happy that the efforts and sincerity I put into my work is recognised' said Yu Na Choi, Top in Malaysia winner for Cambridge IGCSE Foreign Language French, History, Literature (English), Physics, and Best Across Eight Cambridge IGCSEs.