24th September 2012
Once again Brampton has achieved excellent A level results, with 56.0% of entries achieving an A or A* and 84.6% obtaining A*-B grades. The vast majority of our students have obtained entry to the universities of their choice, mostly Russell Group universities. A total of 37 students obtained at least AAA grades and a further 33 obtained at least AAB, meaning over half the students achieved at least AAB grades and over 70% ABB.
Congratulations to Qianxu Jiang who achieved A*A*A*A* in Further Mathematics, Mathematics, Physics and Economics. He has obtained a place to read Mathematics at Imperial College, London. Benji Rosen achieved A*A*A*A in Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry and German, after a one year course, winning a place to read Medicine at University College London.
37 students achieved at least AAA grades (or equivalent) Aliza Askar, Tamin Azim, Dominic Ball, Colm Bourke, Sophie Canetti, Parsa Esfahanian, Raeen Farrokhnik, Rebecca Freund, Elena Georgiou, Joseph Greenwall-Cohen, Nikita Hirani, Tanita Hirani, Qianxu Jiang, Rachel Kahn, Conor Kennedy, Elliot Kent, Arvin Khamseh, Nana Koranteng, Elham Kordrostami, Tara Kumar, Patrick Laredo, Henry Levene, Robert Lewis, Hannah Lubner, Joshua Murray, Premal Patel, Abigail Pomeranc, Laura Proffitt, David Richmond, Benjamin Rosen, Rishi Savani, Arjun Shah, Melissa Shemie, Miles Shin, Sophie Tait, Danielle Weiner and Lara Weldon.
A further 33 students achieved AAB grades (or equivalent) Seema Agrawal, Nishma Ardeshna, Tom Beadle, Sohini Bhattessa, Kristina Bresges, Elias Cohen, Sadiq Damani, Jake Flavell, Ellen Fulton, Iman Ghaffari, Nandish Gorasia, Michael Hartfield, Fizza Hassan, Rebecca Johns, Genna Kalish, Jenany Kanagesan, Rishikesh Karia, Sahil Kunder, Christopher Liu, Stephanie Lykourgou, Tasawar Mostofa, Jack O’Connell, Ashul Patel, Karn Patel, Rajiv Pau, Katherine Phillips, Kunal Popat, Shirshah Rahim, Jessica Rubinson, Ariel Silverman, Meera Thaker and Nicul Varsani
An additional 25 students achieved ABB grades
Principal, Bernard Canetti commented:
We are delighted with the students’ A level exam performance and offer our congratulations to them all on a splendid achievement: it is a tribute to their hard work and dedication, and that of their teachers. The results mean that in the vast majority of cases, our students will go on to the university of their choice. Brampton has upheld once again its tradition of outstanding examination results.
2012 A Level Results
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