Aug 16, 2008 News Comments Off on School of the Nations gains 100% passes in Cambridge ‘O’ Levels
Andrew Moses gained the top position at the School Of The Nations for this year’s Cambridge ‘O’ Level examinations. Moses gained 7 Grade A’s and 3 Grade B’s, which included Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
Other students who achieved outstanding results include, Daniella Assing who received 7 A’s and 1 B, Mariea Kartick with 3 A’s and 4 B’s, Karisia Oditt with 2 A’s and 4 B’s, Basheer Khan who received 2 A’s and 2 B’s, Clint Seebarran with 1 A and 5 B’s and Tejika Chand with 1 A and 4 B’s.
A press release from School of the Nations stated that fifty-five (55) students sat 329 exams in 18 different subjects and 100% passes were achieved in Agricultural Science, Art, Business Studies and Principles of Accounts.
Commerce gained a total of 95% passes, while Chemistry gained 91% and Economics and Physics with 87%.
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