2019 HSC: Best of the best recognised

First in Course 2019

Monday December 16, 2019. Indian students who have topped in their subject in this years’ HSC are:

Mathematics – Samarth Shrivastava from North Sydney Boys High School

Mathematics: Niranjanan Sriganeshwaran from Normanhurst Boys High School

German continuers: Samarth Shrivastava from North Sydney Boys High School

German Extension: Samarth Shrivastava from North Sydney Boys High School

Hindi Continuers: Yashvi Luthra from Saturday School of Community Languages The Hills Sports HS Centre

Financial Services Examination: Bagavathy Menon from Northern Sydney Institute – Hornsby College

Punjabi continuers: Jasmeet Kaur from Saturday School of Community Languages The Hills Sports HS Centre

Tamil continuers: Digana Satheesh – Outside Tutor

Above students from the Indian sub-continent obtained first place in a 2019 Higher School Certificate course out of the 119 courses offered and were acknowledged for their extraordinary academic achievement.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell congratulated the students and said finishing first in the course is an outstanding accomplishment.      

“These students have worked extremely hard and put in countless hours of effort and study, and they should be very proud of their remarkable academic achievements,” Ms Berejiklian said.

More than 66,000 students completed their HSC this year. 7500 students studied one or more HSC courses throughout the year and 55,000 students are eligible for an ATAR.

“135 awards have been handed out to students and six of the recipients topped more than one course, which is incredible,” Ms Berejiklian said

Ms Mitchell also commended the students who received recognition on the Merit List for All Round Achievers, Top Achievers and Distinguished Achievers.

“Congratulations to the 1449 students who received the All Rounder Achievers award this year, for scoring in the highest band in at least 10 units of study,” Ms Mitchell said.

“A further 790 students received Top Achievers and 17,123 on the Distinguished Achievers List.”

“Our experienced and dedicated NSW teachers, along with family and friends have supported and encouraged these young people to achieve the highest possible result in an HSC course,” Ms Mitchell said.

2019  HSC  students who sat at least one exam will receive their results by SMS, email and online tomorrow morning from 6am.

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