APS attack survivor Ahmed Nawaz makes history in International GCSE exams

APS attack survivor Ahmed Nawaz makes history in International GCSE exams
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ISLAMABAD - Army Public School (APS) Attack survivor Ahmad Nawaz has performed brilliantly well in his International GCSE exams.

The 17 years old got 6A*s and 2As in his all eight exams announcing it on twitter through his official account.

He said, “my International GCSE exam result just came out and I am very proud to announce that I got 6A*s and 2As in my All eight (8) exams. Thanks to my parents and all of you for supporting me. This is a big success for me and takes me many steps closer to my admission in Oxford University,” via tweet.

Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor has also congratulated the boy via tweet on his marvelous achievement.

Ahmad’s younger brother, Haris, was among the victims who died in the brutal attack on December 16, 2014. Ahmad was shot in the arm during the attack and he was flown to United Kingdom (UK ) for further treatment.

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