Two students of the Scottish High International School in Gurgaon have topped the Class 10 International General Certificate School Examination (IGCSE) 2011-12. The results were declared on Monday.
Parinaaz Saini and Arjun Vivek Singh scored more than 90% in all seven subjects.
Parinaaz says she dedicates six to seven hours to studies daily. “Yoga has helped me immensely. It gives me mental peace. Besides, I had made a routine, so that I don’t get burdened during the examination.” The topper aims to become an economist or a CEO of a multi-national company is an all-rounder. Besides, she is an athlete and loves to play guitar.
This is the school’s first IGCSE batch. More than half of the students have scored more than 90% marks.
“The achievement has been possible due to our qualified teachers,” said Sudha Goyal, principal of the Scottish High International School. Kartikay Saini, chairperson of the school, congratulated the principal, staff and students on their success.