Al Ain student receives highest Arabic GCSE in the world

Jordanian Mohammed Al-Qawasme credited his mother for inspiring him to excel in his studies
Mohammed Al-Qawasme from Jordan said his biggest inspiration to excel in his studies in his mother, who has a PhD in education.
By Staff writer
Mon 05 Feb 2018 10:29 AM

A student at Brighton College Al Ain received the highest Arabic GCSE in the world.

Mohammed Al-Qawasme from Jordan said his biggest inspiration to excel in his studies in his mother, who has a PhD in education.

He said he achieved the high grade due to being “completely systematic” in his exams.

“I always allow myself much longer than others to check and double check every single detail of each answer,” he said.

Dr. Ken Greig, head master of Brighton College Al Ain said Mohammed’s accomplishment is testament to his hard work and the support of his teachers at Brighton College.

“We are immensely proud of him and look-forward to continuing to support his educational journey throughout his A-Levels,” he said.

Mohammed joined Brighton College Al Ain in its opening year and is currently studying physics, chemistry and biology at A-Level. His wants to major in medicine and become a surgeon.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Subscribe to Arabian Business' newsletter to receive the latest breaking news and business stories in Dubai,the UAE and the GCC straight to your inbox.