Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Egyptian students scoop 10 top the world awards in Cambridge International exams





A number of Egypt students have come top in the world in Cambridge Assessment International Education’s awards this year.




Altogether 104 awards were won in Egypt for outstanding achievement including 10 awards for highest marks in the world in a number of Cambridge International A Level and Cambridge IGCSE subjects.




The awards celebrate the outstanding academic achievements of secondary school students in Egypt in the June 2018 Cambridge examination series. The winners will be presented with their awards at a grand ceremony in Cairo Opera House later in the academic year.




The 10 students who came top in the world are:




Cambridge International A Level


Psychology


Jana Hossam Ahmed El Sebai


Maadi Narmer School



Cambridge International AS Level


Mathematics


Reem Magdy Mohamed Mahmoud Gomaa


Cairo English School



Cambridge IGCSE


Business Studies


Nilly Hesham Hassan Abbas


Egypt British International School



Cambridge IGCSE


English as a Second Language (Speaking Endorsement)


Omar Ashraf Atteya Karam Atteya


Egyptian Language School



Cambridge IGCSE


Physics


Sherif Hatem Mohamed Ibrahim Abdalla


October Language School



Cambridge International AS Level


Mathematics


Abd El Rahman Mohamed Abdel Monem Ahmed El Khayat


Arab Academy for Science & Technology



Cambridge International AS Level


Mathematics


Esraa Mohamed Abdelsalam Mohamed Hamedo


Alexandria International School



Cambridge IGCSE


Mathematics (Without Coursework)


Kristina Waheed William Matter Tadros


New Pioneers International School



Cambridge IGCSE


Mathematics (Without Coursework)


Nour Mostafa Abdelmoneim Sakr


Arab Academy for Science & Technology



Cambridge IGCSE


Mathematics (Without Coursework)


Omar Abdelaziz Mohamed Elnekidy


Alexandria International School

The 29 students who came top in Egypt are:
Cambridge International A Level
Biology
Heba Hassan Aly Hassan Elwazzan
Alexandria International School
Cambridge International A Level
Business
Nadine Aly Adel Aly Issa
Alexandria House of English
Cambridge International A Level
Chemistry
Noureldin Amgad Talaat Harb Mohamed Bayoumi
Alexandria International School
Cambridge International A Level
Physics
Noureldin Amgad Talaat Harb Mohamed Bayoumi
Alexandria International School
Cambridge International AS Level
Chemistry
Nadia Fadi Bitar
The British School, Alexandria
Cambridge IGCSE
Accounting
Nouran Mohamed Walid Ahmed Ali Aboukhatwa
Kaumeya Language School
Cambridge IGCSE
Computer Science
Heba Hassan Aly Hassan Elwazzan
Alexandria International School
Cambridge IGCSE
First Language Arabic
Mohamed Faisal Fadl El Moula Mohamed
Alexandria International School
Cambridge IGCSE
Foreign Language French
Mazen Mohamed Fahmy Elkhayat
Riyada Language School
Cambridge IGCSE
Literature (English)
Sara Abdelkarim Mohamed Abdelkarim Mohamed
El Nasr Girls College Alexandria
Cambridge International A Level
Accounting
Nayer  Hany William Sanad
St Fatima School Nasr City
Cambridge International A Level
Computer Science
Aya Mahmoud Mostafa Turki
Al Hoda International School
Cambridge International A Level
Mathematics
Seif Hany Seif
St Fatima School Nasr City
Cambridge International AS Level
Accounting
Hania Aly Ahmed Mohamed Elkhayat
Nefertari International School
Cambridge International AS Level
Biology
Mohamed Motaz Fouad Ali El Zein
Egyptian Language School
Cambridge International AS Level
Business
Farah Tamer Ahmed Hasan Kabesh
Modern English School
Cambridge International AS Level
Physics
Reem Magdy Mohamed Mahmoud Gomaa
Cairo English School
Cambridge IGCSE
Art & Design
Farah Adel Shawky Saad Labib Saad
St Fatima School Nasr City
Cambridge IGCSE
Biology
Aly Raafat Abdel Fattah Aly Elsayed Elkammar
Egyptian Language School
Cambridge IGCSE
Biology
Sama Mohamed Ahmed Hassan
Noor British International School
Cambridge IGCSE
Chemistry
Ahmed Adel Srour Nagah Srour
Maadi Narmer School
Cambridge IGCSE
Economics
Khaled Osama Hassan  Hamadto
Ouroba Language School
Cambridge IGCSE
First Language English (Oral Endorsement)
Adham Ahmed Mohamed Anwar Abdelghany
Modern English School
Cambridge IGCSE
Foreign Language German
Miriam Hany Shawky
Ramses College Language School for Girls
Cambridge IGCSE
Geography
Nour Ahmed Eltawila
El Alsson New Giza
Cambridge IGCSE
History
Sara Waleed Fathy Gaber  Mostafa
Maadi Narmer School
Cambridge IGCSE
Information & Communication Technology
Youssef Hany Maher
British Ramses School
Cambridge IGCSE
Sociology
Lina Muhammed Ahmad Aboshady
Manarat Al Farouk Islamic Language School
Cambridge IGCSE
Travel & Tourism
Mayar Osama Amin Moharram
The British School of Egypt



The awards also celebrate the achievements of students who have received outstanding results in their regions and students who scored high across a number of subjects in addition to other categories. These outstanding results will be recognized by universities around the world as proof of academic excellence.




Waseem Al Hanbali, Regional Director, Middle East and North Africa, said: “I am very proud to congratulate students across Egypt on their outstanding results in the Cambridge International examinations. These achievements are a credit to the partnerships that Cambridge International has established with schools and demonstrates the dedication and commitment of teachers, the support provided by families and friends, and each student’s own determination and passion to succeed. This success defines them not just as learners but also as Cambridge learners. I wish them every success in their future.”




More schools than ever before chose to teach Cambridge International qualifications this year with exam entries continuing to rise in Egypt and around the world. In Egypt, around 114 schools made nearly 82,000 entries for Cambridge qualifications in the June 2018 exam series. The most popular Cambridge IGCSEs studied by Egyptian students were: English, Physics, and Chemistry. The most popular Cambridge International AS & A Level subjects were: Biology, Mathematics, and Physics.




Over the past five years Cambridge International has seen a combined global growth of 15 per cent in entries for Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level. Globally, over half a million students took Cambridge IGCSE, O Level and International AS & A Level exams this year and will now be planning their next steps into further education or the world of work.




Cambridge International has also seen a significant increase in the number of younger students now studying Cambridge programmes. Entries for Cambridge Primary Checkpoint tests grew by twelve per cent this year, and Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint tests increased by five per cent.
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