KATHMANDU: A Nepali student has achieved an outstanding feat in GCSE exam with A star and A grade in all the 11 subjects becoming the highest performer among the EAL students.
Pratibha Paudyal, daughter of Jagannath Sharma and Laxmi Sharma, of Richmond School in North Yorkshire got A star in 6 subjects and A in 5 subjects in the GCSE exam of this year. She is the first non native speaker of English language achieving such result from that school.
She has achieved A stars in Science, Maths, Religious Studies, Additional Science, Additional Maths and Classical Civilisation subjects and A star in other five subjects.
“I believe that anyone can achieve their ambitions if they work hard and believe that nothing is impossible,” she said.
“With dedication and motivation I overcame the challenging moments during my GCSE’s and I not only succeeded but exceeded my expectations,” she added.
Shedding light on her future plan, she said: “For my A level I shall be studying Maths, Economics, Philosophy, Ethics and Chemistry.
“In the future my aspirations are to continue studying if I persist with my hard work I will be able to go to university where I can fulfil my dreams of studying Economics.
“I want to improve the deteriorating economy of Nepal after studying economics”, she said.