Independent Examination Board’s (IEB) matric exams to be top achiever at her
school with 10 distinctions.
in Advanced Programme Mathematics, Afrikaans, English, Geography, Life
Orientation, Mathematics (96%), Mathematics P3 (99%), Modern Greek, Physical
Sciences and Visual Arts.
within the top 5% of all IEB learners in six or more subjects.
Geography, Life Orientation, Mathematics P3 and Modern Greek.
said: “I worked quite hard. I kept up with all the work, stayed in form with
what was going on with the lessons. I also attended all the tutorials and
sure we completed the syllabus quite early, by April we were done. There was a
lot of time left for practising, doing past papers and consolidating with our
University. Vidalis said she chose actuarial science because you dealt with risk
taking and predicting the future through mathematics.
maintaining a 100% pass rate.
exemption), 68% earned distinctions, with 45% achieving multiple
these successes to “the self motivation of pupils and the commitment of the
academic staff who have nurtured and enhanced individual learning paths of each
candidate, ensuring that inherent ability and potential in each pupil is