QUEEN'S College, the school that never fails to get some of the best public exam results in the territory, has excelled once again. Three of its students - Ng Ying-kit, Lee Shing-cho and Li Yu-chi - join the academic elite with five As in the A-levels. Ying-kit scored an A(1) in all five subjects - Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Use of English. His friend Shing-cho earned an A(1) in four subjects - Pure Mathematics, Physics, Applied Mathematics and Use of English and an A(2) in Chemistry, and his other close friend Yu-chi gained an A(1) in Physics and Chemistry, and an A(2) in Pure Mathematics,Applied Mathematics and Use of English. Another four students - Tsui Yin-fung, Alexander Lau Wai-leuk, Law Man-chung and Cheung Kwok-ho - obtained four As each. Ying-kit, 18, was confident his results would be good. His estimation was based on his outstanding academic performance over the past two years. ''But I did not expect an A in Use of English,'' the science student said. ''I also think I had a lot of luck!'' Ying-kit wants to study Computer Engineering at the University of Hongkong. ''I became interested in computers in Form 3. Their complexity excited me, and I would spend hours playing around with one,'' he said. His two tips for exam success were to concentrate during lessons and to take all tests and exams seriously. Also proudly clutching five As was 18-year-old Shing-cho, who plans to study computer science at Cambridge University, England. Shing-cho started preparing in earnest for the exam in December last year. ''One needs to work out a study schedule, and you should never feel shy to ask your teachers or classmates if you have a problem in your studies,'' the student said. Hardworking Shing-cho enjoys swimming and playing tennis and squash. He strongly believes that exercise helps one to concentrate better on studies. Another five As scholar, Yu-chi, has already been offered a place to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering at University of Hongkong. ''Getting great exam results is not the most important thing. What matters is knowing how to handle your life. For me, the two most important things are my family and my career,'' Yu-chi said. Arts student Law Man-chung, who gained four As, plans to study law at the University of Hongkong. He said he would make use of every opportunity that came his way so he would have no regrets later on in life. Queen's College principal Mr Kong Shiu-chung said the results were similar to those obtained in previous years, but added it was hard to compare the results of different years.