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2011 GCE Results from Beneficiaries

In 2011, we did sponsored the Examinations of Nine students to write the October/November GCE examination, One student to write JAMB exam and another student for the West African Examination.
Thus far, we have received the following results out of Nine students sponsored for the 2011 GCE Education Sponsorship Program:

Blessing's Result
English Language: B3
Mathematics: F9
Economics: C6
Government: B2
Christian Religious Knowledge: C4
Literature in English: B3
Biology: E8
Agricultural Science: C5



Bose
English Language: B3
Mathematics: A1
Yoruba: C6
Physics: B3
Chemistry: C4
Biology: C5
Economics: C4


Hannah I.
Commerce: B3
Financial Account: C5
Economics: C5
Government: A1
Literature in English: C4
English Language: B3
Yoruba Language: C4
Mathematics: D7
Biology: C5


Ik.
Commerce: D7
Financial Account: B2
Economics: C6
Government: D7
Geography: C6
English Language: C6
Yoruba Language: E8
Mathematics: A1
Biology: C5



Huge thanks to our Friends for making this possible to the disadvantaged girls, youths. #One of the students who sent in this result was referred to us by a friend. She lives with a family in Lagos where she works as an 'househelp'. Others are faced with difficult challenges. In 2012, we hope to sponsor more youths to school...:)

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