Zimbabwean Students Shine In Cambridge Exams, 14-Year-Old Prodigy Leads The Way
14-year-old Shalom Zingwe of Atlantic Academy, Harare, excels in Cambridge O Level exams with three A grades in Computer Science, Accounting, and Economics, advancing to Lower Sixth.
Kudzaishe Mhaka, 15, from the same school, achieves seven A grades.
The school boasts a 95% pass rate.
Harare’s Champion College attains 100% pass rate, awarding scholarships to twins Patience and Prosper Muza, who excel in science subjects.
Prosper aims for global excellence to support Zimbabwe, emphasizing a nation’s development by its people.
Another high-achieving student, Tshepang Ndovorwi (17), aspires to pursue a career as a neurosurgeon. His goal is to contribute to enhancing the medical sector in the country.
Recent results reveal that students from Zimbabwe who took the Cambridge Advanced Level exams in 2023 achieved an impressive pass rate, bringing excitement among parents for this wave of success.
It’s notable that more students from private schools are choosing to take the Cambridge exams. This shift is gradually reducing the gap with traditional academic strongholds like church-run mission schools.
Girls continue to outshine boys in State system exams.