CELEBRATION TIME FOR A-LEVEL STUDENTS AS THEY ACHIEVE TOP RESULTS
Tower Hamlets College A-level students are celebrating today after getting top results in their exams.
In a year when significant changes have been made to A-levels and concerns raised about how student’s would handle the changes to some subjects affected, Tower Hamlets A-level students continued their high academic performance delivering a 92% success rate with a 100% success rate in ten subjects including in business, economics, further maths, sociology, Italian and politics.
Alison Arnaud, Borough Principal, Tower Hamlets College said:
“Well done to all our students today who have worked hard to achieve these fantastic results. In a year when changes were made to some of the popular A-level subjects, once again the college has shown that our students are well supported and continue to do very well.
“It demonstrates the hard work and dedication of our students towards their studies and that of our teachers in continually helping their students achieve the high grades they need to secure good university places.”
There was also high achievement in the popular sociology A-level in particular, where over 60% of the students achieved a high grade at A*, A and B.
Outstanding individual achievements by students included:
Muhammad Shamin Ahmed, who achieved two A grades in religious studies and sociology and a B grade in psychology and is planning to go onto Kings College London to study psychology.
Jahed Minar, who achieved an A* in sociology and a B in history and hopes to go to either UCL or Queen Mary University to study history.
Ikram Quratulaen, who achieved an A* in maths, A in Italian and two C grades in physics and further maths and is planning to progress onto university
Akin Zelal, who achieved A* in sociology, B in maths and a C in English literature and is planning to go onto City University.
Mohamed Omar Mukhtar who achieved two A grades in English language and literature and information and communication technology and a B in history and is planning to go onto Queen Mary University to study computer science.
Forhad Rahman who achieved three B grades in economics, English Language and literature and history and is progressing to Queen Mary University to study history.
Nikola Trojana, who achieved three B grades in maths, Russian and sociology and is planning to go to university.
Samira Choudhury who achieved grades A in sociology, B in psychology and a C in English language and literature and is progressing to Greenwich University to study psychology.