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Scoláirí ar bís leis na torthaí Ardteiste

Coláiste Oiriall congratulates the class of 2019 who received very impressive Leaving Certificate results. The results, again this year were substantially above the national averages with 28% of Coláiste Oiriall students receiving in excess of 500 points compared with the 13% national average, 65% received in excess of 400 points compared with the 37% national average. The average CAO points for Coláiste Oiriall students was 436 compared with the national average of 350 points. National averages are drawn from last year’s results, but they vary little from year to year.

The twelve students who received in excess of 500 points are: Aisling Ní Ghallchóir, Andrew Ó Loideáin, Chloe Nic Giolla Bhríde, Colm Ó Ruanaidh, Darragh Ó Faolaoin, Enya Ní Dhuibhne, Isabelle Zechner, Laura Ní Dhroma (601), Marie Louise Nic Aodha, Rebecca Nic Cionna, Seán MacCionna (613) and Yvonne Nic Giolla Rua. This cohort of students averaged 551 points.

Fuair 28% de scoláirí Ardteistiméireachta Choláiste Oiriall breis agus 500 pointe CAO i gcomparáid leis an meán náisiúnta de 13% Dé Máirt agus is é 551 pointe an meán atá ag an dá scoláirí dhéag seo, ina measc Laura Ní Dhroma agus Seán Mac Cionna a fuair 601 agus 613 pointe faoi seach. Fuair 65% corradh le 400 pointe i gcomparáid leis an mheán náisiúnta de 38%. Is é 436 pointe an líon meánach pointí CAO a bhíonn ag scoláirí Choláiste Oiriall i gcomparáid leis an meán náisiúnta de 350. Comhghairdeas libh, a scoláirí uilig, agus ádh mór oraibh sna hollscoileanna agus sna hinstitiúidí eile tríú leibhéal san fhómhar.

65% of students received in excess of 400 points compared with the 37% national average. The average CAO points for Coláiste Oiriall students was 436 points compared with the national average of 350. Students will study Management, Science and Information Systems in Trinity College, Biological and Biomedical Sciences in Trinity College, Physiotherapy in UCD, Politics and Law in DCU, Business in DCU, Architectural Technology in TU Dublin, Health and Society in DCT, Biology and PE Post Primary Teaching in DCU, Law and Business in Trinity College, Engineering in NUI Galway, Journalism in DCU, Marketing in Maynooth University, Irish and Music in Maynooth University, Home Economics and Irish Post Primary Teaching in St. Angela’s, Sligo, Computer Science and Business in Trinity College, Primary School Teaching through the medium of Irish in Marino Institute of Education, Economics, Politics and Law in DCU, Computer Science with Business in Trinity College, Arts in Galway, Early Childhood Education in DIT, Mental Health Nursing in DKIT, clinical Measurement Science in DIT, Languages in DCU, Primary School Teaching in DCU, European Studies in University of Limerick, Sports Management in DKIT, Sports Science in IT Athlone, Engineering in GMIT

Tá muid iontach bródúil ag gach scoláire a rinne an Ardteist i mbliana, fuair siad torthaí ar dóigh agus tá tairiscintí tríú leibhéal faighte acu. Cinnte glacfaidh sé tamall orthu socrú isteach san ollscoil le modhanna nua teagaisc agus iad ina gcónaí as baile don chéad uair ariamh. Ádh mór oraibh uilig. Comhghairdeas leo uilig