HKDSE Results 2015

This year’s results are as follows:

  • 99.31% of our students have fulfilled the entrance requirements for enrolling in the universities in Hong Kong (Core subjects at 3322 or above, with one elective at Level 2 or above), while the overall average for Hong Kong is 35.1%.
  • Chung Yick is among the 13 best performers in the territory in 2015 HKDSE.
  • The pass rate in all subjects is 100%. The rate in all subjects with Level 4 or above is 91.5%, while the overall average for Hong Kong is 33.7%.
  • 92.36% of our students have attained Level 4 or above in five subjects, while the overall average for Hong Kong is 19.1%.
  • 99.31% of our students have enrolled in the universities in Hong Kong through the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS).
  • Students have obtained outstanding results. Details are as follows:

Subject

Level 5 or above (%)

Level 4 or above (%)

 

Our School

Overall in HK

Our School

Overall in HK

English Language

34.7

8.1

84.7

25.0

Chinese Language

51.4

7.0

85.4

24.2

Mathematics (Compulsory)

45.8

14.5

90.3

39.1

Mathematics (Extended Module) (Calculus & Statistics)

57.1

30.8

92.9

54.7

Mathematics (Extended Module) (Algebra & Calculus)

93.8

40.2

100

62.5

Liberal Studies

71.5

10.2

100

35.6

Biology

45.5

18.7

93.2

44.6

Chemistry

67.3

26.2

96.2

51.7

Physics

87.2

27.1

100

49.4

Information and Communication Technology

30.8

7.5

76.9

25.3

Business, Accounting and Financial Studies

53.6

13.9

89.3

42.1

Chinese History

66.7

11.9

100

34.1

Chinese Literature

33.3

9.2

100

29.1

Economics

58.2

16.7

95.5

44.1

Geography

41.5

11.2

92.5

36.0

History

46.2

14.6

92.3

46.4

 

 

 

A (%)

A-B (%)

A-C (%)

 

Our School

Overall in HK

Our School

Overall in HK

Our School

Overall in HK

Japanese Language

52.0

46.7

88.0

71.4

100

84.4

 
  • On average, each student gained 0.44 (Level 5**), 1.30 (Level 5*), 1.67 (Level 5) and 2.47 (Level 4).

  • Outstanding students in HKDSE:

Chung Yick

7(5**) 1(5*) 1(A)

Yip Chun Ming

4(5**) 2(5) 1(4)

Lau Tsz Chun

4(5**) 1(5*) 3(5)

Tam Wing Sum

3(5**) 1(5*) 3(5)

Tsang Man Kit

2(5**) 5(5*) 1(5) 1(B)

Man Wai Ying

2(5**) 5(5*) 1(A)

So Yu

2(5**) 4(5*) 2(5)

Tai Ting Hin

2(5**) 3(5*) 2(5) 1(4) 1(A)

Nam Sze Ching

2(5**) 3(5*) 2(5) 1(4)

Yu Chui Ho

2(5**) 3(5*) 2(5) 1(4)

Chan Lok Hin

1(5**) 6(5*) 1(5)

Tam Wai Ling

1(5**) 5(5*) 2(5)

Chiu Ka Ki

1(5**) 5(5*) 1(5)

Ng Sin Yu

1(5**) 5(5*) 1(5)

Sin Sze Lam

1(5**) 5(5*) 1(4)

 

 

  • The number and percentage of Form 6 graduates receiving tertiary education are as follows:
Institutes Number of students %  
University of Hong Kong 28 19.44 \
Chinese University of Hong Kong 48 33.33  57.63%
University of Science and Technology 7 4.86 /
Hong Kong Polytechnic University 19 13.19  
City University of Hong Kong 10 6.94  
Hong Kong Baptist University 6 4.17  
Open University 17 11.81  
Lingnan University 1 0.69  
Hong Kong Institute of Education 3 2.08  
Honours Degree Programme under SSSDP 4 2.78  
Other 1 0.69  
Total 144 100  

 

  • Over the past twenty one years (1995-2015), many of our students have been admitted to professional courses in local universities. The following is a brief summary.

Professional Courses

No of students admitted

Professional Courses

No of students admitted

Medicine

76

Global Business

9

Actuarial Science

32

Double-degree courses

61

Pharmacy

26

Dental Surgery

7

Legal Studies

33

Accounting

163

Journalism

55

Economics and Finance

60

Architecture

33

Nursing

54

Tourism & Hotel Management

43

Education

39

Chinese Medicine

5

Business & Administration

413

Science and Engineering

407

Arts and Social Science

426

 
  • Many of our students were awarded scholarships, such as the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarship, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship ($300,000) and the Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • The solid foundation given to our students in secondary school helps them to attain further success in their university life. In the last decade, over 30 graduates gained their degree with First Class Honours.