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Girls top in Pakistani school exams

Staff Reporter / 16 July 2012

Students must make it a habit to revise at school home the subjects taught in the class on a daily basis throughout the year to achieve good results in their annual examinations.

This is the advice of the two Pakistani female science students who stood first and second from the UAE in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) - II examinations 2012 of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad (FBISEI). Both the toppers wish to become doctors.

“You can’t expect good marks by studying just a day or two before the exams,” Komal Ejaz, the student of Pakistan Education Academy Dubai who topped with 1002 marks out of 1050, told Khaleej Times.

Nasim Badshah, student of Pakistan Islamia Higher Secondary School, Sharjah, stood second with 1000 out of 1050 marks. “We must finish the lessons daily and not postpone them for another day. This is the key to achieving good result in exams,” she said.

Lt Col (Retired) Shafiq Ahmad, Principal, Pakistan Education Academy, said that his students had secured nine top positions out of first ten among Pakistani schools of Dubai affiliated with the federal board.

The third, fourth, fifth and sixth positions among the Pakistani schools have been secured by Maida Ghazanfar (982), Zia Un Nisa (981), Threem Fatima (979) and Arwa Saleem (971) of the Academy.


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