Always A-Level Above the Rest: Continued Further Success for 2021 Impressive A-Levels Results

Despite the global pandemic challenges faced by our A-Levels students this year, the recent A-level results confirm the quality of delivery of the Pearson Edexcel and Cambridge A-level programmes at HELP. Overall, all 101 HELP Academy A-level students achieved 100% passes for January and June 2021 Edexcel IAL papers.

HELP’s A-level programme is widely accepted as among the best preparation for university study in the region and internationally. This has been achieved by a consistent adherence to the same high standard of teaching and mentorship that has made HELP’s reputation as the leader in higher education provision. 

Strong academic leadership is the reason behind this success, and the staff will continue to provide their quality teaching and support to students and leave no one behind. The programme has gained attraction to local and international students including students from Korea, India, Bangladesh and many more. 

In this article, we talked to six local A-Levels students and two successful Korean students: Fong  Yong Bing, Zane Sanjay Morris, Tan Tian Herng, Sharlene Chin, Azlisam Tsai Kok Tiong, Wong Xio Ying, Choi Ha Ly and So Minseob (Simon). 


Fong Yong Bing successfully obtained A*s for all his subjects in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. He will continue his educational journey at the London School of Economics in early September this year, majoring in Actuarial Science. “I chose this course as I’m intrigue with the application of statistical knowledge to solve mathematical issues that can be present in the company.” As for his time spent at HELP Academy, Yong Bing said that the lecturers are all well experienced, and they always provide useful feedback to assist them when they encounter challenging questions. In addition, they were able to participate in different ‘Getting the Edge’ programmes every week which helped to build up teamwork and leadership skills among students. To his A-Levels juniors, his advice to them would be to always take the notes provided by the lecturers and to pay attention during class. And, remember to enjoy the time with your friends at HELP Academy as well.


Zane’s decision to leave his former international school for HELP Academy proved to be the right decision. Not only did he score 4 A*s in Mathematics, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics, but his grades as well his personal statements helped secured his unconditional offer to the London School of Economics to study Actuarial Science. 

“I chose this course because mathematics is my favourite subject, and my course heavily involves mathematics, statistics and finance.” 

In terms of his advice for students joining HELP, Zane advises them to always attend their lecturers and participate in them as actively as possible. Be consistent in what you do and in the end, you too will reap your rewards. 


Tian Herng scored A*s in all his chosen subjects, earning him a spot to Boston University, USA, for the next four years. He plans to major in Computer Science with a minor in Philosophy and aims to become an AI researcher and becoming one of the first individuals to make Artificial General Intelligence a possibility. He credits his time studying A-Levels at HELP Academy for not only providing him with the knowledge to be an achiever but to also think critically and creatively as well. 

“Critical and creative thinking are skills that are very important in this modern world. And I assure you, if you take your classes at HELP Academy seriously, you will surely learn these skills that will help you a lot later in your life.” said Tian Herng.