A student from Jordan studying at Brighton College Al Aim recently received the highest Arabic GCSE in the world. At Brighton College he is a student of physics, chemistry and biology at A-Level. Though his inspiration comes from his mother who has a PhD in education, he aim is to become a surgeon and wants to major in medicine.
Talking about his methods, he reveals, “I always allow myself much longer than others to check and double check every single detail of each answer.”
Dr. Ken Greig, head master of Brighton College Al Ain praise Qawasme on his accomplishment saying, “We are immensely proud of him and look-forward to continuing to support his educational journey throughout his A-Levels.”
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