GRAPH also handed out prizes to two exceptional students in Business and Economics for the achievement of most progression and for highest overall attainment:
Muhaimin Mohamed made significant progress over the year due to his hard work and due diligence, tenacity, and inquisitiveness. Muhaimin worked tirelessly to improve his grades over the year, through a multitude of past examination papers, sought, and acted on his teacher’s feedback and guidance. He was extremely attentive in class and asked questions to bridge his gaps in knowledge.
Isaac Ohringer also made excellent progress, is well-read and has an exceptional ability in the subject, consequently his contextual awareness is very good. Isaac is a diligent student who possess an innate ability of grasping concepts easily. This was evident in his Economics lessons where he sought to link Economic theory to real world issues. He developed a deep love for the subject and often emailed his teachers with completed Economic essays, questions, and topical issues. Further to that, he worked tirelessly to understand topics he struggled with by going through concepts with his teachers during his free periods.