Lee Kuan Yew Award for Mathematics and Science


School of Applied Science

A well-rounded student, Tricia excelled in both her academic and non-academic pursuits. As a highly motivated self-directed learner, Tricia was inducted into the Director’s Roll of Honour for five semesters, and was a recipient of the A*STAR Science Award.

While in RP, Tricia served as the Vice-President of the Service-Learning Club and as a Lions Befriender. Passionate and dedicated in her mission towards volunteerism, Tricia has been an inspiration to her peers. Committed in her belief in giving back to the community, Tricia has organised Project PERTAPIS Cares, allowing her to engage the physically impaired elderly. She also participated in Dialogue in the Dark, a project done in collaboration with the Deafining Interest Group intended to raise awareness amongst the visually and auditory impaired.

Tricia represented RP at the Polytechnic Forum 2018 and participated in the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Anatomy Challenge, where she displayed good team spirit and positivity throughout the competition.


  • Diploma in Biomedical Sciences with Merit
  • Raffles Medical Group Gold Medal Award
  • Module Prize in Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • A*STAR Science Award (Polytechnic) in AY2018 and AY2019
  • Vice-President of Service-Learning Club in AY2018
  • Diploma Prize in AY2017 and AY2018
  • Ngee Ann Kongsi Scholarship in AY2017
  • Inducted into the Director’s Roll of Honour for five semesters