Ten year old achieves top GCSE grade

27th Sep 2019

A brilliant 10-year-old Muslim schoolboy has scored top marks in his Computer Science GCSE, sitting the exam six years early. Ali Juma, who is still at primary school in London, achieved a Grade 9.

Ali told The Muslim News, “I was so shocked I had gotten the highest grade possible at the age of 10. I thought I would only get a 6!”.

His current end-of-year report at St Martins School, Mill Hill, saw him topping Mathematics with 100 per cent, even whilst working a few years above his level. At the age of seven, he scored exceptionally at Standardised CAT testing, and his reading/comprehension level was approximately double his age.

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