Sunday, January 24, 2010

Zohaib Ahmed

A schoolboy has become the youngest person ever to pass A level maths with a Grade A at the age of 9. Zohaib Ahmed grabbed top marks in Mathematics despite sitting his exams an incredible nine years early.Zohaib, who goes to primary school, was still only eight when he took the first of his A-level papers in January.He scored 90 per cent across all six modules to land his A-grade.Now he plans to take A-level further maths, doing three modules in the summer and then three in January. He aims to head off to university by the time he is 14.Last August Zohaib scooped an A* (A star) in his GCSE maths at the age of just eight.Zohaib's 11-year-old brother Wajih is also celebrating getting an A-grade at A-level further maths with a 96 per cent pass.Last summer he had achieved a top grade A in his maths A-level while aged 10.The brothers share the same ambition of working in the city as an actuary in the finance sector.

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