Text version of the entire list from the Daily Telegraph.

PDF document of the entire list from the Herald (thanks matty_boi17).

__UPDATE__Text version of the entire list from the Daily Telegraph.

PDF document of the entire list from the Herald (thanks matty_boi17).

Thanks to Vanessa (ptitsa), we now have a copy of the list of students who topped courses.

Aboriginal Studies through to Mathematics Extension 2 (468kb)

Metal and Engineering through to Visual Arts (466kb)

Congratulations to all students who appear on this list!

Daily Telegraph

* Total students: 66,279

* First in course: 106 students

* First in four courses: Laurence Field (Sydney Grammar School)

* First in three courses: Ilana Cohn (Moriah College, Queens Park Campus/The Open High School)

* Students first in two courses: Six

* Top student in English Extension 2: Charles Prestidge-King (Orange High School)

* Top student in Mathematics Extension 2: Andrew Ngai (James Ruse Agricultural High School)

* Boys who made first in course list: 40 per cent (up 8 per cent)

* Girls first in course: 60 per cent

* Non-school students: Five taught by external tutors, three through universities and two through TAFE

* Country students first in course: 18

* Public/private break-up: Public school students came first in 56 subjects; private, 51