Recently, Year 12 students from the Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) completed their Higher School Certificate (HSC) examinations, leading to impressive tertiary entrance ranks. AISM has consistently improved rankings among New SouthWales schools, and in 2018 is ranked in the top 20%. According to statistics reported in The Sydney Morning Herald recently, AISM’s success rate (14.55%) has soared well above the average score of 5.47% for schools in NSW. Further to this, 86% of students achieved Bands 4, 5 and 6 results which is A* – A equivalent.
Thirteen students were also listed in the Distinguished Achievers List (90marks or above in specific subjects) in a range of subjects including Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences/ Sciences/Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Software Design and Development and English Extension. One student obtained an All-Rounder Achievement for attaining results in the highest band in 10 or more subjects, and scored an impressive ATAR score of 99marks.
The HSC is an internationally recognised qualification, and AISM graduates have been accepted into top universities all around the world including Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, United States, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and many other countries.
Source: The Sydney Morning Herald