Oman education: Pakistan School Muscat student scores 100 per cent in SAT-II.
Muscat: Saad Aftab, a student of Pakistan School Muscat who is currently studying in A2, has impressed everyone scoring 100 per cent in SAT-II exam.
He scored 2400/2400 (Physics, Chemistry, Math) in the global testing of SAT-II, an exam that a large number of students from various institutes all over the world took. Students have to clear this examination for seeking admission in the top rated universities worldwide.
"All students must make it binding upon themselves to take this test as it unveils very dynamic opportunities for them to become a part of the paramount institutes all over the world,'' Saad said.
Saad attributed his accomplishment to his hard work and deep rooted conceptual understanding, for which he credited his teachers, namely Asim Rana (Math), Gul Raheem (Chemistry), Shoaib Shah (Physics), Imarn Ashraf and Zafar Iqbal.
Last but not the least, he acknowledged the backing he received from his parents, Aftab Anwar and Fozia Aftab, and their prayers that kept pace with his efforts through every moment of his life.
He expressed his gratitude to Farah Nasir for her continuous efforts to steer him towards academic excellence.
Pakistan School Muscat was already very proud of his rather impressive scores in the IGCSE, AS Level. This exemplary student aspires to join the Mechanical Department in MIT or in NUST.
Students like Saad Aftab are trendsetters with their bench marking academic standards, and must be encouraged in all possible ways to enable them to win further glory.
Meanwhile, twelve students from Pakistan School Muscat have been recognised as high achievers for securing the world top 10 positions in Urdu and Islamiat in GCE A Levels, GCE AS Levels and IGCSE Edexcel International for the 2014-2015 session.
In AS Level, the students who hold the world top 10 rankings are Iftikhar Ahmad (3rd --Urdu), Furqan Butt (5th--Urdu), Umar Akbar Baig (6th --Urdu), Raheel Mahmood (7th --Urdu), and Mustafa Ali Salman Ali (9th --Urdu). In GCE, Maham Fakhar and Abeer Asif, respectively, secured 3rd and 4th rung in Urdu. Finally, in IGCSE, Nusair Bin Munawar and Javeria Syed Muqtadir are standing at 8th and 9th rankings in the world in Islamiat, whereas in Urdu Syed Ali Mustafa and Asma Ghafoor placed in the 9th position worldwide, as Muhammad Ali took 10th position in the world ranking.
Special commendation by the school administration and management has been conveyed to the students. Session 2014-2015 has proved to be a year of academic excellence for students in Edexcel and Cambridge, with test results focusing on the students of Pakistan School Muscat as being the frontrunners.
Undoubtedly, these students are a source of great pride for the school and parents.
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|Publication:||Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)|
|Date:||Dec 13, 2015|
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