CIC NEWS

OCTOBER 2014

 

 

Highlights of IGCSE examinations

Congratulations to the students of class X, Cambridge!


20 students appeared for the IGCSE Examination in April 2014.

Students’ performance in Cambridge for Class X was excellent in Math, Physics, and Chemistry, the highest scores at 99% and 96 % respectively.
6 students scored 90 and above in Physics and Mathematics. 5 students scored 90 and above in chemistry and Environmental Management and 4 Students scored 90 and above in Biology.

ENGLISH:

Number of students with A*:

1

Number of students with A: 

9

Number of students ranging between B and C

7


MATHEMATICS:

Number of students with A*:

6

Number of students with A: 

5

Number of students ranging between B and C

6


PHYSICS:

Number of students with A*:

6

Number of students with A: 

2

Number of students ranging between B and C

10

CHEMISTRY

Number of students with A*:

5

Number of students with A: 

3

Number of students ranging between B and C

8

 

 

BIOLOGY

Number of students with A*:

4

Number of students with A: 

3

Number of students ranging between B and C

6

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Number of students with A*:

5

Number of students with A: 

6

Number of students ranging between B and C

4

COMPUTER STUDIES

Number of students with A*:

2

Number of students with A: 

5

Number of students ranging between B and C

6

LANGUAGE

Number of students with A*:

2

Number of students with A: 

3

Number of students ranging between B and C

1

 

Highlights of A LEVEL Examinations

Congratulations to the students of class XII, Cambridge!

16 students appeared for the A LEVEL Examination in April 2014.

Students’ performance in Cambridge for Class XII was excellent in Math, Physics, Chemistry, Accounting and Economics the highest scores at 89%,87%,89% ,92% and 90% respectively.

Based on the results and the number of students doing the exam, we are pleased to say that there has been significant improvement in the results overall, although we are sure we can definitely do better!
 

ENGLISH:

Number of students ranging between B and C

2


MATHEMATICS:

Number of students with A: 

5

Number of students ranging between B and C

4


PHYSICS:

Number of students with A: 

3

Number of students ranging between B and C

6

CHEMISTRY

Number of students with A: 

2

Number of students ranging between B and C

5

BIOLOGY

Number of students ranging between B and C

6

 

 

COMPUTING

Number of students ranging between B and C

2

BUSINESS STUDIES

Number of students ranging between B and C

3

ACCOUNTING

Number of students with A*:

1

Number of students with A: 

1

Number of students ranging between B and C

1

 

ECONOMICS

Number of students with A*:

1

Number of students ranging between B and C

2

PSYCHOLOGY

Number of students ranging between B and C

2

 

SEPTEMBER 2014

 

Posted on 26/97/14

10th ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATIONS

"The Magical Ten at Omega"

Date : Wednesday Oct 1st 2014

Venue : EVP Rajeswari Marriage Palace,
Kolapakkam Road, Chennai.

Time: 3pm to 6pm

 

 

 

JULY 2014

 

Posted on 02/07/14

Highlights of Primary Check point examinations

Congratulations to the students of class V, Cambridge!

30 students appeared for the Primary Checkpoint Exams in April 2014.

Student performance in Cambridge Checkpoint for Class V was excellent in Math and Science, the highest scores at 95% and 88% respectively. Highest score in English is 74%. Ten students scored between 50% and 60% in English, averaging between 5 and 5.7 points.


ENGLISH:

Number of students with 6 points:

2

Number of students ranging between 5.0 and 5.9 points: 

10

Number of students ranging between 4.0 and 4.9 points: 

7


MATHEMATICS:

Number of students with 6 points: 

11

Number of students ranging between 5.0 and 5.9 points: 

6

Number of students ranging between 4.0 and 4.9 points:

6


SCIENCE:

Number of students with 6 points: 

4

Number of students ranging between 5.0 and 5.9 points: 

10

Number of students ranging between 4.0 and 4.9 points:

10

 

LOWER SECONDARY CHECKPOINT EXAMS JUNE 2014

Congratulations to the students of class VIII Cambridge!

27 students appeared for the Lower Secondary Checkpoint Exams in June 2014.

Student performance was excellent in Math and Science, the highest scores at 97%.

Highest Score in English is 83% and seven students scored between 68% and 75% in English, averaging between 4 and 4.8 points.

ENGLISH:

Number of students ranging between 5.0 and 5.9 points: 

1

Number of students ranging between 4.0 and 4.9 points: 

8

Number of students ranging between 3.0 and 3.9 points:

9


MATHEMATICS:

Number of students with 6 points: 

11

Number of students ranging between 5.0 and 5.9 points: 

8

Number of students ranging between 4.0 and 4.9 points:

7


SCIENCE:

Number of students with 6 points: 

9

Number of students ranging between 5.0 and 5.9 points: 

10

Number of students ranging between 4.0 and 4.9 points:

7

 

 

 

JULY 2013

Posted on 08/07/13

Highlights of Check point examinations

Students ace their Checkpoint exams yet again!
Classes V and VIII were put to the test and their results have exceeded expectations!
The performance of our Class V students in Math and Science is remarkable with the toppers scoring 100% in Math and 95% in Science at the Primary Checkpoint Level. .The highest score in English was 70%, and 4 students scored 6 points in English!

Student performance in Cambridge Checkpoint for Class VIII was excellent in Math and Science, the highest scores at 99% and 94% respectively. Five students scored between 72% and 80% in English, averaging between 4 and 4.8 points.

Based on the results and the number of students doing the exam, we are pleased to say that there has been significant improvement in the results overall, although we are sure we can definitely do better!

Here's to another successful year!


CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY CHECKPOINT
Scores on the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint scale are from 0.0 (the lowest level of ability) to 6.0 (the highest level of ability).

Number of students appeared for the Primary Checkpoint Exams:   23

ENGLISH:

Number of students with 6 points:  4
Number of students ranging between 5.0 to 5.9 points:  4
Number of students ranging between 4.0 to 4.9 points: 8

 

MATHEMATICS:

Number of students with 6 points:  12
Number of students ranging between 5.0 to 5.9 points:  6
Number of students ranging between 4.0 to 4.9 points: 2

 
SCIENCE:

Number of students with 6 points:  12
Number of students ranging between 5.0 to 5.9 points:  5
Number of students ranging between 4.0 to 4.9 points: 3


CAMBRIDGE LOWER SECONDARY CHECKPOINT
Scores on the Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint scale are from 0.0 (the lowest level of ability) to 6.0 (the highest level of ability).

Number of students appeared for the Lower Secondary Checkpoint Exams:   27

ENGLISH:

Number of students ranging between 4.0 to 4.9 points:  5
Number of students ranging between 3.0 to 3.9 points: 7


MATHEMATICS:

Number of students with 6 points:  16
Number of students ranging between 5.0 to 5.9 points:  9
Number of students ranging between 4.0 to 4.9 points: 1


SCIENCE:

Number of students with 6 points:  9
Number of students ranging between 5.0 to 5.9 points:  8
Number of students ranging between 4.0 to 4.9 points: 6

 

OCTOBER 2012

Posted on 22/10/12



Our students namely Aditya Tiwari XI, Prabhat Klotz XI, Vathsan X, Chakravorthy X, Chinmay Rathod X and Jannush IX have been second Runners up in  All India " Vel Let's Debate" Competition.These students won the 2nd prize worth Rs 50,000/ in The Velammal International School Chennai.

Hearty congratulations to the students from all of us!

Posted on 09/10/12

 Congratulations to India toppers 2012 - Chloe Tayali and Kim Sumin.

Chloe Amy Chang Tayali Kim Sumin

University of Cambridge International examinations has announced the list of toppers in India at the  May/June 2012 examination.
This is a remarkable achievement for Omega International School that Chloe Amy Chang Tayali  has topped  in Physics and Chemistry in India and Kim Sumin has topped in Accounting in India.
Congratulations to the students and  teachers on the excellent results.