TOWER HAMLETS COLLEGE STUDENTS CELEBRATE BEST EVER A-LEVEL RESULTS
A-level students at Tower Hamlets College were celebrating today after achieving the highest number of top grades ever achieved by the college.
A record 31% of the college’s students achieved top grades at A*, A and B; a 3% increase on last year, making it the best ever performance for the College.
Overall success rates continue to be high, with the College achieving a pass rate of 92% for its A-levels. This is the fourth consecutive year that the college has increased its A-level results, demonstrating the strong commitment from its students to do well in their studies.
On the day, outstanding individual achievements from our students included:
Indre Kekyte, from north-west London, who achieved two A*grades in mathematics and economics and a B in Government and Politics. Her top grades mean she will be able to take up a place at King’s College London to study political economy.
Mohammed Mujib Miah, from Westferry, achieved an A* in mathematics and two A grades in physics and English Language and Literature. He is progressing onto University College London to study physics.
Farjana Aktar, from Bow, achieved an A* in sociology, and two B’s in psychology and English Literature and is going to City University, London to study sociology with psychology.
Mohammed Masud Miah, from Bow achieved one A* in communication and culture, and two A grades in English Language and Literature and History. He is progressing to study law at Queen Mary University.
Salma Siddika, from Bow, achieved one A* in sociology, an A in psychology and a B in English Literature. She will be going to the University of Cumbria to study education and teaching.
Xiuqing Wang, from Woolwich, achieved two A grades in Maths and physics and a B in chemistry and is planning to go to either Imperial College or Bath University to study chemistry with molecular physics.
Nabila Malik, from Redbridge, achieved three A grades in biology, chemistry and mathematics and a B in psychology. She is progressing to University College London to study biomedical sciences.
Sadat Rashid, from Stepney achieved two A grades in maths and further maths and is going to Queen Mary University to study aeronautical engineering.
Principal Gerry McDonald commented:
“These are the best ever results for the college. I am very proud of the hard work and dedication of our students in achieving such good results.
“Many of our students can now look forward to progressing to leading universities in London and beyondto study fantastic degree subjects and we wish them every success in their studies and future careers.”