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Challenging GCSE examinations didn't deter student spirits - News




(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Celebrating the IGCSE results included Sheryl Rizvi, a Year 11 student at the King's School Al Barsha who achieved straight As in Science, Mathematics and English. She said: "All those months of revision have paid off and I am incredibly proud of my results. I will be studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths at A-Level as I am interested in a career in medicine."
Another student of King's School Pedro Coelho Antunes, who earned Bs and Cs across various subjects said his results would enable him to access the new BTEC Music Technology course at his school. "I'm thrilled with my results and am excited to move on to Sixth Form, where I will be studying BTEC Music Technology and photography, which will hopefully lead to a career in music."


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Challenging GCSE examinations didn't deter student spirits - News

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