Pakistani British girl sets history in O levels at the age of 10
Laiba Hussain, a British Pakistani girl sets a new record by passing the exam of General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) at the age of 10. Laiba passed the exam just at the age of 10 while usually students pass the exam of GCSE at the age of 16 in UK.
According to Laiba, all the achievement she secured is due to constant support of her parents. Laiba advised other kids to work hard as it is the key for achieving goals.
Laiba secured C grade in GCSE examination for mathematics. Laiba is the resident of Oldham and wishes to become dentist in future.
This greatest achievement of Laiba is appraised by her parents and family. Laiba made her family proud by her extraordinary success.
Laiba’s father while talking to Geo news said “We should focus on our children’s education [as] that is the only way forward, to prosper in this society. As a parent, if we give the society an educated child, I believe that’s the best thing we can do as human beings.”
Laiba’s mother told Geo news “If we educate a girl, it will help us build an educated society. Money is not everything our priorities should be an education for our kids, as for integration into the society [here], education and upbringing will play a major role in future.”
Via Geo News