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Best results for Chrisland students in Cambridge and IGSCE exams


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Oluwabukolami Adeyemi and Mmesomachukwu Okonkwo, two Chrisland School pupils, have achieved “Tops in the World” rankings in the Cambridge International AS Level and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGSCE) exams, respectively.

The pair received the British Council Outstanding Cambridge Learners Awards for their outstanding performance.More than 145 nations around the world offer the Cambridge exams.

Okonkwo received the Top in the World award for receiving the highest mark in English as a Second Language (Speaking Endorsement) in the IGSCE, while Adeyemi received the Top in the World award as well as the High Achievement Award for Cambridge AS Level Psychology. Adeyemi received the highest mark in the world in Cambridge International AS Level Law.

Akin Fadeyi, a member of the school’s advisory board, said in a press interview that Chrisland has consistently provided high-quality education of the highest caliber over the years.
The school, according to Fadeyi, is committed to producing excellent ambassadors who have become role models for our community’s humanistic culture, beliefs, and ethics.

“We have consistently produced a generation of leaders who are enduring in all areas of human endeavor, including science, technology, the arts, and sports. The most recent achievement, he continued, “reinforced the ideals of their constancy, diligence, unmatched curriculum model, and a rare capacity in youth development.”

“We are grateful to God, who has always served as our pillar, and we are lucky to have been given a remarkable group of responsive and responsible parents who trusted us with their children’s whole development.

Without our Founder’s extraordinary enthusiasm and broad vision, we would not have advanced and ascended to this wonderful platform, Fadeyi continued.

Okonkwo, who is 17 years old and plans to study business management in the UK, admitted that it was difficult to prepare for the exam, but with consistent practice and encouragement from her lecturers, she performed superbly.

The Senior School Certificate test (SSCE), for which she was also prepared, was primarily objective, she said: “It was a bit challenging because it was a theory-based examination, and most of the exams written prior to that were all objective based.”

“This is the first totally theoretical course I’ve ever taken, so it was a little intimidating for me. But as I prepared with my school, the difficulties diminished as a result of the consistent practice we engaged in, she said.

Because I am interested about business and because Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more prevalent, I decided to study business management. It is advisable to choose a subject that one can move about with.

Adeyemi claimed that with help from her professors, principal, and parents, she was able to achieve exceptional scores.


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