- Michelle David, a 15-year-old candidate for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has scored 99% in Mathematics in the just concluded UTME
- The 15-year-old candidate is a student of the Fountain Heights Secondary School in the Surulere area of Lagos
- According to a statement, the young girl has displayed a level of proficiency in mathematics and other sciences as she scored 334 on the examination
Surulere, Lagos - Michelle David, a 15-year-old student of the Fountain Heights Secondary School in the Surulere area of Lagos has scored 99% in Mathematics in the just concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
According to The Punch, the success of the young girl was disclosed in a statement on Friday, June 2.
Full story of Michelle David, JAMB candidate who scored 99% in UTME maths
According to the statement, the 15-year-old girl has shown a level of proficiency in Mathematics and other science subjects, which was outstanding.
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The statement said that success makes her parents and the school proud as she scored 334 in the recently concluded 2023 UTME.
The result is a statement of her dedication to her study as well as her intelligence.
According to the statement:
“David’s outstanding performance in Mathematics is a true inspiration, especially given how challenging this subject can be for many students. Her remarkable score is a clear indication of her exceptional ability to solve complex problems and think critically.”
Michelle David state of origin, UTME score and lesson
The young girl from Delta State disclosed that she would love to study software engineering.
David had an exceptional story in the just concluded UTME exams even though she was not the overall best student in the exam.
She had vividly proven her ability to solve complex problems in the nearest future and this would take her to places. Her performance is a motivation for others who dream big.
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