British Pakistani student achieved record success in 34 subjects in GCSE exam, 16-year-old Mah Noor Cheema has created a new history around the world, including in the UK. In the O-level examination, he took 10 subjects as a school and 24 as a private candidate, and obtained A-star grades in all. Mah Noor’s IQ level is higher than Albert Einstein, Mah Noor’s score in Mensa IQ test is 161. She is among the top one percent of people in the world in terms of intelligence. British Pakistani student Mah Noor’s parents Usman Cheema and Tayyaba Cheema are from Lahore. The family moved to the UK in 2006.
Cambridge Schools Result 2023
More than 45,000 students in Pakistan will receive their Cambridge International AS and A Level results today (Thursday) with Cambridge IGCSE and O Level results due next week. Cambridge International, a not-for-profit organization, part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge and the world’s largest provider of international education programs and qualifications for children aged 3 to 19 years, has announced the June 2023 exam series. Will release the results. Half a million students worldwide, including over 100,000 students for IGCSE, O Level and International AS and A-Levels in Pakistan.
This year saw Cambridge International’s biggest ever exam series, with 1.7 million entries for Cambridge exams across 5,600 schools in 147 countries across all qualifications combined. Students in Pakistan have been able to achieve the qualifications they need to take their next step, a testament to their hard work and the continued support of their schools, teachers, families and communities. Physics, maths and chemistry were the most popular subjects.