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Pakistani boy passes O level three years ahead of his time: Gets A*

Khalid Umar Malik
19 Jan 2022, 18:43 GMT+10

KARACHI, Pakistan - Ali Saif, a brilliant Pakistani kid, passed the University of Cambridge's O Level exams at 13.

Ali Saif took the O Level test in Computer Science with an A*, a significant achievement at such a young age.

"My younger son Ali Saif just obtained an A* in O level Computer Science, which he gave for "fun" at the age of 13 because he enjoys programming," Umar Saif remarked, congratulating his son on his success.

"This is three years ahead of his time; his O Level studies at Aitchison will actually start next year," Saif said on Facebook.

Ali is one of the youngest Pakistanis to receive an A* in Computer Science at the O Level.

Pakistani schools submitted about 155,000 entries for the October-November 2021 exam series for Cambridge International AS & A Level, Cambridge O Level, and Cambridge IGCSE. Last Monday, students who appeared in exams in October-November 2021 received their results last week.

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