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Bor Students Dominates once again! Academically unchallenged.

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South Sudan Examination council have today released the results of Certificate of Secondary Education this saturday.

The total of 32,437 students from 340 schools sat for the exams countrywide. Among the candidates, 21,128 were males and 11,309 females. According to the ministry, The number of candidates dropped by 5.9% compared to the last academic year, 2020/2021.

Among the states that performed best include Jonglei State and Central Equatoria, with 76.48 and 74.93 percent respectively. Additionally, from the top five best performing states are Eastern Equatoria State, Lakes State and Unity State.

All top 10 students are Jonglei State and Central Equatoria State.

Below is the list of top 10 best performing students nationally.

1. Yuang Jacob Gaar Yuang – M – Juba High School, Bor Compass – Jonglei 94.1%

2. Charles Atek Peter Mawien – M – Promised College SS – WBGs – 93.9%.

3. William Maker Lueth Kuckon – M – Fangak SS – Jonglei – 93.7%.

4. Bior Madol Khom Bior – M – Greenbelt Academy – Jonglei – 93.4%.

5. Lemi Emmanuel Elhag Wani – M – Juba Seven Day Adventist – CES – 93.4%.

6. Lual Malaak Lual Nhial – M – Merryland Academy – Jonglei – 93.3%.

7. Atong Ngang Mach Mayen – F – Fulla SS – EES – 93.1%.

8. Makeer Simon Duot Garang – M – Bor College – Jonglei – 93.0%.

9. Kuol Abuk Kuol Mariar – M – Merryland Academy – Jonglei 92.9%.

10. Anyieth Panchol Anyieth Mayom – Juba High School Bor Compass – Jonglei – 92.7%.

Meanwhile, the 10th position has been contended by three other candidates who scored the 92.7%.

– They are Monica Aru Malaak Lual (Jonglei),
– Bronicah Nyewech Thingu (CES) and
– Sabiri Gudu Babangida Ibrahim (CES).

According to the examination results analysis, science subjects were the worst performed, while additional mathematics saw an improvement.

“To address these challenges, the Ministry will have to embark on offering training of Science subjects,” said Minister Awut Deng Achuil in a statement.

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📷 Awut Deng Achuil, Minister of General Education and instructions, South Sudan.

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