St Johns DSG Matric Results 2019

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St Johns DSG Matric Results 2019

St Johns DSG Matric Results 2019 – see details below…

2018 IEB MATRIC RESULTS

The 2017 Matric produced the best results in St John’s D.S.G. history, but the 2018 Matric have done so in style. Congratulations to all our 2018 Matric girls and their teachers on achieving these superb results. The statistic speak for themselves. Here are some of the Matric’s achievements:

62 candidates wrote and achieved 100 % Bachelor Passes,

206 subject Level 7 symbols (80% or more). This is 47.2% of the total symbols, an increase of almost 10.3% compared to last year’s results.

121 subject Level 6 symbols (70 – 79 %). 75% of all symbols were 70% or higher. This is almost an 8% increase compared to 2017.

This means there were on average 3.3 distinctions per candidate and 5.3 level 6 or 7 passes per candidate.

Our Top Achiever for 2018 was Erin Ivins who achieved 7 distinctions and an aggregate of 93.33%. She achieved in the top 5% of candidates in 6 subjects and earned a place on the IEB’s Outstanding Achievement list with 60 other top performers from around the country. In addition to this, Erin achieved results in the Top 1% of Candidates in Accounting, Afrikaans, Life Sciences and Physical Sciences. We congratulate Erin on this outstanding achievement.

Other girls who achieved in the Top 1% of candidates in various subjects are as follows:

Jaimee Buchan

Afrikaans

Hannah Hathorn

Life Sciences

Kiara Kader

Accounting, Business Studies and Life Orientation

Cherise Khan

Life Sciences

Alinaswe Lusengo

History

Laura Marx

Mathematical Literacy

Priya Moodley

Life Orientation

Lwazi-Lwandile Simelane

IsiZulu

Sarah Tocknell

English and French

Congratulations to all these girls on these excellent results.

A record number of 20 girls achieved five or more distinctions (Level 7 passes) with an incredible 13 girls achieving either 7 or 8 distinctions:

Alinaswe Lusengo

8 distinctions

Nicole Muir

8 distinctions

Meghan Armon

7 distinctions

Jaimee Buchan

7 distinctions

Josie Grubb

7 distinctions

Rachel Hansen

7 distinctions

Erin Ivins

7 distinctions

Kiara Kader

7 distinctions

Cherise Khan

7 distinctions

Roslyn King

7 distinctions

Katy Lund

7 distinctions

Laura Marx

7 distinctions

Sarah Tocknell

7 distinctions

Monique Adie

6 distinctions

Hannah Hathorn

6 distinctions

Lilu Woods

6 distinctions

Jessica Barnsley

5 distinctions

Priya Moodley

5 distinctions

Kelly Moore

5 distinctions

Jenna Smith

5 distinctions

A further 5 girls achieved four distinctions.

In total 19 girls achieved A aggregates (over 80% average in all subjects) with Erin Ivins, Sarah Tocknell and Cherise Khan having aggregates of over 90%. 20 candidates achieved B aggregates (70 – 79%). This means that 63% of girls achieved A or B aggregates. The average aggregate was 75.5%.

We wish you and all the girls the very best for 2019 as the majority of them embark on further studies.

Yours sincerely

Dean Tyson

Deputy Principal

 See Also:

St Johns Diocesan School for Girls Contact Details

St Johns Diocesan School for Girls Subjects Offered

St Johns Diocesan School for Girls Fees

St Johns Diocesan School for Girls Application Form

 

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