ISLAMABAD: The British Council’s South Asia Examinations Director Steve Adams along with Country Exams Manager Murray Keeler and Examinations Director (Pakistan) Imtiaz Rizvi visited Roots Millennium Campus I-9/3, Islamabad on Sunday.
The officials were on a liaison call to revisit and strengthen ties between the Roots Millennium Schools offering Cambridge Qualifications and the British Council. CEO Roots Millennium Schools Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI along with his campus team welcomed the visitors. During the interactive session, a brief presentation on history and the background of RMS, its campuses nationwide and structure of the Cambridge qualifications offered was given.
Steve Adams appreciated the efforts of RMS in maintaining high standards and showing extraordinary results in IGCSE, AS and A Levels. The visitors were very happy to meet Talal Almas, a student of RMS I-9 campus who has shown a phenomenal result and has set a new world record by scoring 22 A*s and 4 As in O Levels, a perfect SAT score 2400/2400 and received an unconditional Cambridge University admission offer.
Campus team officials comprising Safia Farooqi, Director Roots Millennium Flagship Campus and Azra Tahir, Senior Manager International Qualifications gave their feedback on challenges being faced and the efforts undertaken in maintaining the standards and quality of Cambridge qualifications in Pakistan. At this juncture, the worthy visitors assured an improved exam delivery mode and more professional development opportunities for better understanding of Cambridge school leadership and teaching faculty.
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