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Six Egyptian Students Ranked First Worldwide in Various IGCSE Disciplines

Six Egyptian Students Ranked First Worldwide in Various IGCSE Disciplines

The six Egyptians

The British Council in Egypt celebrated the success of six Egyptian Students who ranked 1st in the world in various Cambrdige IGCSE disciplines including Math, Physics, Sociology, Accounting, Travel, and Tourism.

The six Egyptians included Rawan Mokhtar Mosleh Ahmed, who was ranked top in the world for Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics, Nayer Hany William Sanad for accounting, Salma Khaled El Toukhy for travel and tourism, Mohamed Samy Mohamed Tawfik for A Level Physics, Fagr Hesham Fathy for sociology, and Yara Tarek Fathy Hamed for IGCSE Foreign Language French.

Cambridge International Examinations and the British Council celebrated the achievements of the winners of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards from both June and November exam sessions. The ceremony was held in the presence of parents, students, and heads of British schools in Cairo and Alexandria.

The ceremony also honored the academic achievements of 122 secondary school learners’ awards in the 2016 Cambridge IGCSE and International AS and A Level exams, including 83 awards in Cairo and 39 awards in Alexandria.

The Cairo event was held in British Embassy in Cairo in the presence of Minister of Education Tarek Shawky and the British Ambassador to Egypt John Casson. The Alexandria event was held in the presence of the British Consul General in Alexandria Wendy Freeman. Both events were held in the presence of CEO of Cambridge International Examinations Michael O’Sullivan.

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