Geraldine Haruka Ling
Sat, Mar 08, 2008
Campus Superstar 2006 winner Ng Chee Yang scores 6As

He studies, he sings, he scores.

Ng Chee Yang, winner of Campus Superstar 2006, scored 6 As (including two H3 subjects) in his A-level examinations, according to a report by Shin Min Daily News. Results were released yesterday afternoon.

Ng was ecstatic when he received his results.

"Having to study while singing and attending events naturally left my schoolwork affected," admitted the 18-year-old.

He participated in Campus Superstar during his first year of junior college. In the first six months of his second year, he was heavily involved in Hwa Chong's Institution's Campus Get High concert.

As a result, Ng could only start preparing for his A-levels after the flurry of activities were over, which added to his stressload.

The teen, who is currently serving National Service, is in the midst of recording an album for charity.

With such excellent results, will the campus superstar think of venturing overseas for further studies?

Ng revealed that he would prefer to go to a local university so that he can focus on developing his singing career.

He hopes to read accountacy in Nanyang Technological University or biochemistry at the National University of Singapore.


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