February 17, 2016

Turkish school student wins 1st place in Cambridge’s A-level

Sanya Nasir, a Turkish schools student in Pakistan, recently won the 1st place in accounting in A-level tests by Cambridge University, one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom. Students from 50 countries around the world take the tests annually.

Nasir, who has been studying at the Lahore campus of the Pak-Turk schools established by Turkish businesspeople, also got the 1st place in economy in Pakistan. Those successfully passing the tests qualify for studying at top universities around the world. Cambridge University has been offering the tests globally since 1951.

The highly acclaimed Pak-Turk Schools have achieved a total of 194 medals, with 83 of them being gold, in international contests since their establishment in 1995. The schools have been active in 25 locations in 9 leading cities around the country.

Published [in Turkish] in Samanyolu Haber, 12 February 2016, Friday

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