Again Yang Wei Mathematics and Science Olympiad Chinese students 4 wins 17 medals
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Our students also took the helm in the International Mathematical and Scientific Olympiad, winning a total of 17 medals in four competitions.

Among them, the students who took part in the 19th Bio-Olympic came to the fore with 220 students from 55 participating countries, making Singapore No. 5 in the world and last year ranked No. 2 in the world 9th place

In the field of chemistry olympics, our students also performed well, winning 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronzes for our country, making our country 12th among the 71 participating countries. The Raffles Court Yang Liqian, but also in 255 students received personal ranking second. He is also one of the nation's best students in the 2006 SSE CPG Examination. Last year he received three awards including the Prime Minister's Book Award, the Lee Kuan Yew Mathematics Award and the Lee Kuan Yew All-Round Merit Award.

Sun Weirong from Overseas Chinese High School won a gold medal in Biology Olympiad and two other silver medal winners came from IAC. Raffles Junior College has also won a personal ranking of No. 5 in this event with outstanding results.

On behalf of our country, the students who participated in the Physical Olympics last week defeated more than 300 other students from more than 80 countries in Vietnam to win 1 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze, ranking 11th, down two places from last year. Won the gold medal is Chen Weikang Raffles junior.

Students who attended the Mathematical Olympiad two weeks ago in Spain also won 1 silver and 3 bronzes. Silver winner from NUS Mathematics Middle School.

The above students, aged between 16 and 18, were instructed by professors and PhD students from the National Education Institute of Singapore and the National University of Singapore for about six months respectively to lead foreign competitions.