The University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations ran a competition for candidates in south East Asia taking the FCE exams in 2011. In Malaysia, the 50 top scoring candidates were awarded prizes sponsored by Cambridge University Press. Twelve of the winning candidates – see below – came from Cambridge English For Life and we would like to offer our congratulations to them for their success.
|1||CHAI MING JYE||Blossom Heights|
|2||KAVITHA SHAIKAR||Setia Alam|
|3||LAU WEN JOHN||Kota Kemuning|
|4||LAVANIA VIJYAKUMAR||Kota Kemuning|
|5||LIANDRA RAMS RAMACHENDERAM||Kota Kemuning|
|6||NGAI CHI HING||Bayu Perdana Klang|
|7||POH YUN WENN||USJ|
|8||RACHEL CHUAH HUI BENG||Kepong|
|9||TAN JIN WEN||USJ|
|10||TAN KEN SHIN||Bandar Sri Damansara|
|11||TAN KIM HEAN||Kota Damansara|
|12||WONG JIN HO||Ipoh Garden|
Wong Jin Ho from CEFL Ipoh Garden, one of the top scorers in the competition.
Keith & the winners (left to right) – Lau Wen John,Tan Ken Shin, Chai Ming Jye, Keith, Poh Yun Wenn, Tan Kim Hean & Tan Jin Wen.
Keith & the winners (left to right) – Lavania Vijyakumar, Rachel Chuah & Ngai Chi Hing.