Erudite Millennium records 100% passes in Cambridge A’ Level within just 6 months
An Ibadan-based gapyear school, Erudite Millennium has recorded 100 per cent passes in the recently conducted A level examinations by Cambridge International Education within the shortest time in the world.
The co-educational institution made Nigeria proud by emerging the only school in the world to record 100 percent passes in Cambridge A’ Level after preparing its students for just 4 to 6 months.
The Chief Executive Officer of Erudite Millennium Ltd, Mr Saheed Oladele, who spoke with journalists on Saturday revealed that 237,000 students sat for the May/June Cambridge A’ Level examinations in 135 countries.
He said none of the 21 students his school presented for the exam got a single U (ungraded) in any subject.
He added that the short preparatory period is unique to the institution, adding that it shows that spending the UK’s standard 2 years full-time for the exam may be unnecessary.
Oladele explained that doing Cambridge A’ Level for a maximum of 6 months gives his students an opportunity to invest their remaining time in SAT, fourth industrial revolution programme, IELTS or TOEFL and volunteering within their one gap year in the institution.
He said that the institution was proud to announce that 11 out of the 21 students recorded impressive results in the examination.
Oladele said, “We at Erudite Millennium Ltd use this medium to thank the Almighty God for the excellent performance our students recorded out of the over 237,000 students that sat May/June Cambridge A’ Level examinations in 135 countries.
”We especially thank God for these blessings. We presented 21 students and none of them got a single U (ungraded) in any subject. This is rare.
In this humbling Cambridge season, we produced the celebrated result that got us a British Council’s country best award recently three times this time.
”A student we persuaded to join our A’ Level school in January got 16/16 points within four months at Erudite. She is now in the process of setting tech records through our fourth industrial revolution programme”.
Oladele while speaking further, congratulated all the 21 young scholars on crushing the ever-challenging UK’s two-year Cambridge A’ Level programme within four to six months in Nigeria without recording a single U.
He advised parents to give their children a 21st-century gapyear opportunity and not rush them to the university.
”The 14-year old boy, youngest to be admitted to Erudite A’ Level programme, that we spoke about in our interview on AIT got 14/16 points. Ahead of the next SAT, he is currently being groomed to blend tech with medicine.
”A student who had to go through our Remedial O’ Level Programme first to pass WAEC GCE also got 14/16 points in Cambridge A’ Level within six months”.
The students who got outstanding performances in the examination according to him include: Abdulmalik Busari who scored Physics A*, Chemistry A, Maths A and Hameedah Uthman who recorded Chemistry A*, Physics A, Biology A, Nadra Ibrahim-Oladosu scored Chemistry A*, Physics A, Biology A, Ibrahim Fatade scored Physics A, Chemistry B, Maths B and Ajibola Oyinlola scored Physics A, Chemistry A, Biology C.
In the list are also Haneef Aderolu who scored Chemistry A, Physics B, Maths C, Royhan Badru scored Chemistry B, Physics B, Biology B, Abdullah Omotosho scored Chemistry B, Physics B, Biology C and Nabeelah Taofiq scored Chemistry B, Biology B, Physics C, Aishah Opeoluwa who scored Chemistry B, Physics C, Biology C and Mus’ab Ishowo who scored Chemistry B, Physics C, Biology C.
Oladele concluded by saying that, “If the organisers of Cambridge A’ Level get to know there is a school in any part of the world that recorded 100 per cent passes within four to six months of preparation for the 2023 May/June ‘the unluckiest cohort’ , they will surely be amazed.
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