A-Level Results Day Jumeirah College
|Total entries at A*||93||67|
|% of entries at A*||21%||15%|
|Total entries at A-A*||247||203|
|% of entries achieving A-A*||5504%||46%|
|Total entries at B-A*||385||350|
|% of entries achieving B-A*||86.3%||80%|
|Total candidates achieving A*||51||38|
|Student name, age & nationality||Results||University destination(s)||University course||No. of years at school|
|Ayman Khan, 18, India||4 A*||University of College London, UK||Computer Science||7|
|Ali Tahir Malik, 18, Pakistan||4 A*||King’s College, UK||Medicine||2|
|Seojune Park , 17, Korea||4 A*||London School of Economics and Political Science, UK||Acturial Science||2|
|Aarush Agrawal, 18, India||2 A*, 2 A||University of Illinois Urban, US||Computer Sceince||6|
|Akshita Jha , 18, India||2 A*, 2 A||Georgia Institute for Technology, US||Biomedical Engineering||5|
ABA AGBEMABIESE, 3 A* biology, Chemistry and Psychology. Going to the University of East Anglia.
' I so proud and excited, but also sad to be leaving JC and Dubai because I've been here so long, but I know I can keep in touch with my friends through the Alumni Programmes. The A-level journey was challenging and a bit different because we had so many classes online at the beginning but the school had so many mock exams, so we felt really prepared in the end.'
PRINCIPAL QUOTE – MR Marc Morris
“Congratulations to our Year 13 students on achieving an outstanding set of examination results at A level. We are delighted that this leaves the majority of students in a position to access their first choice of university. In addition to recognizing the achievements of our students, it is important to pay tribute to their families and teachers who have supported them on their academic journey.
Our students have proved to be incredibly resilient through the pandemic and we wish them every success with their future academic and professional careers. Well done!”
Vice Principal – Mr. Robert Kesterton
“Our outgoing Year 13 students have shown immense resilience to achieve this fantastic set of results. Through doubt and uncertainty, shifting goal posts and a global pandemic, they have shone. Not just the grades, which set them apart, but also the strength of character they have consistently shown. They sat exams, which they knew would shape the next three years of their life and beyond, with their sense of humour intact, their behaviours impeccably maintained, and with ultimately outstanding performance. They achieved all of this in their first formal experience of external examinations. We couldn’t be prouder of all that they have achieved.”
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