Cambridge exam results out on website
LAHORE, Aug 11: Results of the Cambridge
University GCE (O and A level exams) held this year have been declared on the
website of the British Council www.britishcouncil.org.pk and in most institutions late on Friday
British Council Examination Branch official Larry John said that many institutions had announced the result of their students and the
British Council had also announced the result of private candidates. However, he
added that the result was not final and would be confirmed on the 17th or 18th
of this month when the British Council would receive all the data in
John said that around 9,700 candidates had appeared in this year's
O and A level exams from which 65 percent were O level students and 35 percent
were A level students. He said it was difficult to declare the best performing
institutions and students.
"About 50 students of the Resources Academia
had appeared in the exams and all have gotten good grades," Resources Academia
media advisor Tahira Qasim said. She said that in A-levels, three of the
academia's students had scored five As and a student, Bilal Afzal, had scored 10
As in O-level.
Afzal said that he had scored As in English, Urdu,
mathematics, additional math, physics, chemistry, Pakistan studies, Islamiat,
statistics and commerce. He said that he aimed at getting a degree in
engineering from a foreign university after his A-levels. He added that he loved
swimming and had won a medal in a swimming competition. He said the O-level
course should be updated with the passage of time.
Mahad Tauseef, another
Resources Academia student said he had scored nine As in his O-level exams. He
said he aimed at getting a degree in medicine after his A-levels.
an O-levels student from Kims, said that he had scored 8 As. He said
he wanted to get a degree in fine arts after his A-levels.
a student of A-levels from Kims, said that she had scored four As in
her A-levels in math, physics, chemistry and Urdu. She said she had scored 99
percent in math, 97 percent in both chemistry and physics and 95 percent in
Urdu. She said she wanted to become a mechanical engineer.
of the CICAS secured 7 As in O-levels. Hashaam Asad of the Chandbagh School said
he had secured 5 As in his O-levels. Daily times