A noteworthy accomplishment has been made by a British-Pakistani girl student, Mahnoor Cheema, who is only 16 years of age.
Mahnoor has achieved a remarkable achievement by passing a sum of 34 subjects at the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) level, setting a phenomenal record inside England as well as on a worldwide scale.
Mahnoor’s journey to this noteworthy achievement included passing 17 subjects with A* grades as a confidential competitor during her Year 10.
In a considerably more amazing development, she added one more 17 subjects to her collection, carrying her absolute build-up to an exceptional 34. This success has now settled another zenith, denoting the largest number of subjects at any point taken by a student throughout the history of UK and EU GCSEs.
Among the 34 subjects that Mahnoor succeeded in are Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, English Literature, Latin, German, French, Classic Civilization, History, Film Studies, and Drama.
10 years prior, another Pakistani student, Haroon Tariq, got a record-breaking completion of 47 As in his International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) O Level and A Level tests.
Mahnoor Cheema shared her rousing process in a meeting with a national daily. Her folks, Counselor Usman Cheema and Mrs. Tayyaba Cheema, initially from Lahore, Pakistan, moved to the UK in 2006 for additional training at Lincoln’s Hotel and SOAS, separately.
Mahnoor joined Langley Grammar School in West London in Class-5 after her underlying training in a private Lahore school.
This remarkable youthful student of Pakistani beginning flaunts a few different success stories. Along with her educational success, Mahnoor has achieved worldwide fame for her intelligence level (IQ), which remains at an amazing 161 on the Mensa IQ test.
This places her in front of even Albert Einstein, who is eminent for his level of IQ of 160. Mahnoor’s intellectual capacity positions her among the main 1% of the total populace.
She has likewise effectively finished ABRSM Music Hypothesis and Practical at Grade 8 with unique excellence, making her quite possibly the youngest person in the UK chasing after a music diploma. Also, she has been shortlisted for the esteemed John Locke essay contest, with an award ceremony planned for Oxford not long from now.
Mahnoor’s hunger for knowledge stretches out past the domain of GCSEs. Her profound energy for medication energizes her aspiration to devote her life and vocation to serving humankind. This assurance has driven her to take the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) and the Biomedical Admission Test (BMAT) at 15 years old, where she succeeded and arrived in the 99th percentile of test-takers with a score of 3,290.