CLC pupil achieves highest mark in the world for English IGCSE

A pupil at Cheltenham Ladies' College has received the highest mark in the world for English Literature IGCSE.

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2nd March 2020 — Alisha, who is now a Sixth Form pupil at Cheltenham Ladies' College, recently received a Cambridge Top in the World Award for the mark she achieved in her English Literature IGCSE. These awards are given to learners worldwide who achieve the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject.

Another CLC student, who wished to remain anonymous, also achieved the highest mark in the world for IGCSE Biology and received a Cambridge Top in the World Award.

Across the 2019 cohort, pupils achieved an impressive 73.9% A* / 9 / 8 grades at GCSE.

About Cheltenham Ladies' College

Cheltenham Ladies’ College opened its doors in 1854, with the purpose of providing girls with a thorough academic education and, over 160 years later, we continue to be proud of our strong tradition of innovation, academic excellence and empowerment in the education of young women.

 

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