We are very proud to announce the results achieved by our Cambridge students in the November 2022 Cambridge International examinations.
A special congratulation goes to Kairo Naidoo who achieved 4 A* symbols (results above 90%) in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science and Further Mathematics all at the Advanced Level (AL).
Other AL students who fared very well are Anje Heine, Melissa Heine, Marwin Hodel, William Macdonald, Matthys Roux and Teagan Seward-Case who all achieved 3 or more distinctions.
As a whole in the Advanced Level, 51.4% of all subject entries resulted in a distinction with 77% of all subject entries resulting in a B symbol or higher.
Details of our top-performing AL students are shown below:
Computer Science A*
Further Mathematics A*
English Language A
Computer Science A
In the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) year, 44.4% of all subject entries resulted in a distinction and 78% of all subject entries resulted in a B symbol or higher. Sixteen students achieved 3 or more distinctions which equate to 44% of the cohort.
Special congratulations go to Johan Frank who achieved five distinctions in AS subjects and an A* for Advanced Level Music.
We also congratulate the following: Kristen Germishuys, Samantha Koch, Sebastien Lorentz and Anna Wellman who all obtained 5 distinctions.
Christina de Kock, Joshua Lewis, Mamahloli Mohapi, Oscar Pause and Eben Pretorius all achieved 4 distinctions.
The AS results are very promising as the subject averages show that our students have been well-prepared to enter the second year of the Somerset College Cambridge Programme with confidence. These results also show a promising year-on-year improvement which has been brought about by refined teaching methods, greater experience and proudly passionate Cambridge students. We thank our parents for their continued and loyal support of the programme over the years as they too have played an important role in the success achieved by their children.
We have a strong cohort of AS students registered to start the Cambridge Programme in 2023 and we hope they take inspiration from these excellent results obtained by our AS and AL students in the 2022 examinations.