Distinction: Millenials score over 1,200 straight As

Published: August 18, 2015
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Students throw their caps in the air for a photo after the graduation ceremony. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Students throw their caps in the air for a photo after the graduation ceremony. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Students of the Roots College International (RCI) Millennium Campus, I-9/3, have secured more than 1200 straight As in Cambridge International Examination (CIE).  

According to a press release issued by the college, Summiya Najam secured straight six As in AS and A Level result 2015. Taimoor Nasir, Abuzar Zubair and Usama Nadeem bagged five straight As each.

Students who secured four straight As included Asad Jamil, Muhammad Aleem, Mustafa Aziz, Abdul Wassey, Mansha Ahmed, Amina Waheed, Taimoor Aziz, Faran Shaukat Abbasi, Faizan Ahmed Arif, Talha Waheed, Roshan Ashraf and Rafay Ashfaq secured St 4As.

In IGCSE and O Level result 2015, Syed M Ahmed, Mahoor Khalid, M Aimal Khan, Amna Talat, Ambreen Ayub and Hamza Munir have all bagged 8 St As, whereas Naeema Tariq Mehmood, Ahmed Raza, Junaid
Jamil Badini, Faizan Naghman, Hamza Ayad Mahmood, Zain Asif, Mashood Alam, Maham Asif, Ajwa Bano and Saad Masood secured 7 St As.

“Roots Millennium Schools continues to strive for excellence and never compromises on ensuring quality education,” the statement said.

RMS Chief Executive Officer Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq has congratulated the students and their teachers and parents.

“Roots Millennium Schools’ students are successfully admitted into the world’s prestigious universities including King’s College London, WPI, University of Oxford, Harvard University, Boston University, Drexel University, UCLA, and Cardiff University,” the press release said.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 18th, 2015.

 

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