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Young students of BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, UK have achieved another exceptional set of results for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) in Hinduism.
BAPS has been running the course for three years and this year’s results have continued the high standards set in the previous two years, with a 100% success rate in both units as all students achieved either grades A*, A or B, with none being awarded grades lower than B. In addition, three students sat the AS Level in Hinduism, also achieving similar grades.
Notably, of the 44 students who sat the GCSE examinations, 17 scored 95% and above, with 89% coming in the top A* to A band (compared to 19% nationally).
Special congratulations go to Nirav Amin and Mayur Patel who achieved 100% in Unit M; and Kush Depala, Krupa Dodhia, Khushboo Miyani, Tilak Parekh, Priyesh Patel and Hershini Soneji who achieved 100% in Unit F. Additionally, Kirtan Patel achieved 100% in AS Level Unit 2.
Congratulations to all the students on an excellent year of study all round. Congratulations also to their parents for their continued support, and to the dedicated team of BAPS volunteer-teachers who made it all possible.