A-level Results Day 2017

We are delighted to report this year’s results have yet again outperformed the UK national average with 74.6% achieving A* to B grades and 89.4% achieving A* to C grades.

 Fiona Pocock, Principal at Bosworth states, 
“We’re delighted that so many of our students have received such gratifying outcomes as a result of their hard work, not forgetting their parents’ support and the guidance of the team here at Bosworth. We experienced an exceptionally anxious wait this summer because it was the first cycle using a revised specification in many subjects, notably sciences. It is testament to the dedicated planning by our teachers and the exceptional determination of our students that the results are so very pleasing.  We are bursting with pride and just a little relief too!”

We are so proud all of all our students who can now move to the next stage of their academic careers where we wish them continued success and curiosity to keep learning.  We know we can rely on them to represent us well. Highlighted below are details of the accomplishments of just a few exceptionally noteworthy scholars.

 

Minh Quang Dang (Vietnamese) A*A*A*A* achieved in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths and he has been accepted to read Natural Sciences at The Minerva Schools at KGI. Minh sums up his experience, “To sum up my time at Bosworth in 3 words; diverse, supportive and flexible, but all of that means you will have an extraordinary journey if you choose Bosworth. It has equipped me with knowledge, intrapersonal and interpersonal skills that will benefit me for the rest of my life.”

https://www.bosworthcollege.com/news/producing-game-changers-minerva-school-kgi/ Read more about his prestigious university choice

 

Vincent Sun (Hong Kong) A*A*A*A*B achieved in Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Further Maths and Chinese and he has been accepted to read Theoretical Physics at University College London.

 

Khanh Vu (Vietnamese) A*A*AA achieved in Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Physics and she has been accepted to read Finance at the London School of Economics. Khanh told us, “The teaching is wonderful in Bosworth. The teachers not only have great academic knowledge but also take good care of us like our parents.”

Gary Abbass (Hong Kong) A*A*AA achieved in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Chinese and he has been accepted to read Biochemistry at University College London. Gary tells us “Bosworth has prepared me for greater things in life and further steps I take in the future.”

 

Lois Boyes (British) A*A*A achieved in Biology, French and Chemistry and she has taken on a 3-year apprenticeship with Vertex Pharmaceuticals whilst studying for an Applied Bioscience Technology degree via the University of Kent. Lois believes,“My time at Bosworth has been an ideal opportunity for me. Small class sizes and supportive teachers have helped me to progress academically, and I appreciated a feeling of positivity and mutual respect.”

 

Kelvin Choo (Malaysian) AAAAA achieved in Economics, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Chinese and he has been accepted to read Law at the University of Warwick. Kelvin told us,“The impact that Bosworth has made on me is that is has been a catalyst of my transition from teenage life to adulthood.”

Corey Markie (British) AAAb achieved in Biology, Chemistry, Psychology and AS Maths and she has been accepted to read Medicine at the University of Sheffield. Corey tells us, “Bosworth has really shaped me as a person. Over the four years that I have been here I have gained resilience and maturity. During my final year, Bosworth has prepared me for university in ways that I will forever be thankful for. From teaching to the extracurricular activities, Bosworth has been nothing but first-class. I will never forget the opportunities that I’ve been given here.” Corey ends her quote with “She believed that she could, so she did.” 

 

The individual care and attention each student receives at the College will continue to ensure that each individual can fulfill their academic potential and we will remain proud to follow this year’s cohort as they progress and grow in their chosen fields.

 

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