GEMS Education students in the UAE celebrated this morning outstanding results achieved during the A-Level examinations.
This year, GEMS students in the UAE have once again exceeded expectations, with 17 per cent of students achieving an A* grade and 73 per cent achieving an A*-B grades.
Of over 1350 A levels that were sat, nine per cent achieved the prestigious A* grade, 33 per cent of all results were at either A* or A grade and 59 per cent were A*-B grades.
Jumeirah College again celebrate outstanding results. Students sat over 400 hundred A levels, 11 per cent achieved an A* with 41 per cent at either A* or A grade. Two students achieved straight A* grades with just under 20 per cent of the cohort achieving all A*-A grades.
Varun Menon, from The Winchester School – Jebal Ali, is the GEMS highest achiever and has achieved outstanding five A* grades.
Students from Jumeriah College, Our Own English High School – Al Ain, The Winchester School – Jebel Ali and The Cambridge High School – Abu Dhabi have received four A* grades.
Brendan Law, Vice President of Education – British Cluster at GEMS Education, congratulated the students by saying: “These exceptional examination results are a testament to the hard work of our students. I would like to express how proud I am to see that GEMS Education students have once again over-achieved in their A Level exam results. We wish our students every success in their projects and studies beyond GEMS Education, as their futures appear to be very bright indeed.”
Sir Christopher Stone, Chief Education Officer, GEMS Education, said: “Sir Christopher Stone, Chief Education Officer at GEMS Education, said: “Yet again, I would like to congratulate GEMS Education students for achieving outstanding A Level results through the support of their parents and the tireless dedication of our teachers. In light of this year’s exam success, our students will be able to accept offers from some of the best higher education institutions in the world. We are thrilled for them and proud of their accomplishments.”
A Level student Anwar Khadijah who achieved top results from Jumeirah College said: “I am beyond thrilled with my results. I would like to give a special shout out to all of my teachers for putting up with my stress ahead of the exams, I am really excited for the future.”
GEMS students have already received acceptances from Universities and Colleges like: University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University College London, Imperial College London, King’s College London MIT, Stanford University, Columbia University, Princeton University, and University of Pennsylvania, to name a few.
GEMS currently offers A Levels at eight schools in the UAE.Email This Post