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A-level maths pass for Andrew...aged 12
7:30am Sunday 25th August 2013 in News
A 12-YEAR-OLD maths whizz made history after acheiving top marks in an A-level exam.
Brentwood School student Andrew Ejemai became the youngest person in the school’s 455-year history to pass the test, scoring an A* grade.
The Year 8 pupil was pushed forward to sit the exam five years early due to the extraordinary skills he has for the subject having already got an A* when he was nine in the international GCSE.
Despite his fantastic result Andrew remained modest about his performance saying it was tough work even with his advanced skills for maths.
He said: “I have a natural aptitude for maths, although I still had to do a bit of work.
“I had been hoping for the A* but had not been sure I would get it.
Mother Ronke said: “I am just so excited. He has done so well.”
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