Sunday, 24 September 2017

British Pakistani Girl Makes History By Passing Her O-Levels Paper

Laiba Hussain uk

MANCHESTER: Laiba Hussain from Oldham, UK has managed to pass the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exams at the age of just 10. The British-Pakistani girl has done successfully what students usually struggle to do at the age of sixteen in Britain. She gives all the credit for her achievement to her parents. “All my success is due to my parents whom I would like to thank for their constant support.” Her advice to other students is also to work hard and they will achieve their goals like she has. Laiba Wants to Be a Dentist When She Grows up. Aspiring to be a dentist, Laiba took the GSCE exam for mathematics and managed to score a C grade, only narrowly missing a B grade. Her success at this age has overwhelmed her family while also making them immensely proud and happy. Sajawal Hussain, Laiba’s father, said that: “We should focus on our children’s education [as] that is the only way forward, to prosper in this society” and believes that the best gift to society is an educated child and that is the best thing that humans can do. Laiba’s mother, too, had something to say to inspire all the other mothers out there: “If we educate a girl, it will help us build an educated society. Money is not everything our priorities should be an education for our kids, as for integration into the society [here], education and upbringing will play a major role in future.”

Check Also

Rohingya

Rohingya in Bangladesh need ‘massive’ assistance: UN

UNITED NATIONS: Bangladesh needs “massive international assistance” to feed and shelter the 436,000 Rohingya who ...