ISLAMABAD - As usual the girl students have outshined the boys in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC-II) Part II FBISE Examination 2009, as out of the top nine positions only one slot has been bagged by a boy, while the rest of the eight have been clinched by the girls. According to the results of the Science and Humanities Groups declared by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Monday, first three positions have been shared by six students, two each in the first, second and third positions. Aatiqa Sohail Khan of Fauji Foundation College for Girls, New Lalazar Rawalpindi Cantt and Misbah Zeb of Army Public School Okara Cantt have bagged the overall first position by obtaining 1007 marks each, whereas overall second position has been clinched by two students namely Nasar Mubarak of PAF Public School Lower Topa, Murree and Iman Akhtar of Army Public School Saddar 158, Iqbal Shaheed Road Saddar Karachi Cantt by obtaining 1004 marks each. The third position has been shared by two students Komal Mushtaq of Fazaia Model Inter College Mushaf Sargodah and Seema Kanwal of Hamza Army Public School of Stadium Road Hamza Camp Rawalpindi. Both of them obtained 1002 marks each. All of these students appeared in the Science Group. The students who achieved positions in Humanities group are Komal Gilani (1st position, 931 marks - Lohi Bher, Islamabad), Memuna Ahmed (2nd position, 921 marks - F.G. Girls Model School, G-6-1/3), Mehwish Bibi (3rd position, 911 marks - F.G. Girls Model School G-11/2). According to statistics, in 2009 the overall success rate in examinations was 81.77 per cent, as out of 58,870 students 48,044 were declared successful. Out of a total of 47,125 regular candidates including Science and Humanities Groups who appeared in the examination, 43,147 were declared passed with a 91.63 percentage. Likewise 11,745 private candidates appeared in the examination, and 4,897 were declared successful with a percentage of 41.98. The result of some candidates has been indicated as R.L. (Result Later on), which will be declared on completion of certain requirements on the part of the candidates or the Board. The result cards of regular candidates are being dispatched to them through their respective institutions while those of private candidates are to be delivered at the addresses provided by them in the admission forms. The result cards of both regular and private candidates belonging to the Northern Areas are being sent to the FBISE Sub-Office Gilgit and may be collected from there. The candidates who have failed in more than two subjects, have been asked to appear again in all the subjects as fresh candidates in the annual examination under the syllabi prescribed for the year in which they appear, while those failing in one or two subjects have been asked to clear these papers in the two permissible chances in the next subsequent examinations, i.e. Supplementary Examination 2009 and Annual Examination 2010. This year 54 unfair-means cases were reported, out of which 50 cases were decided whereas 4 cases are under process.