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Qamar Muneer Sets World Record In O-Level

A Pakistani child, Qamar Muneer Akbar, enrolled his name among the world record holders by acing in British Ordinary Level (O-levels) Chemistry exams.

Strikingly, the eight-year-old kid from Chiniot broke the record of his sister Sitara who made this accomplishment in 2011. While, at 10 years old, she had first set the record for passing O-level Biology.

Akbar communicated his desire to make his nation pleased. The little virtuoso demands that nation could see positive change if training was made open for all.

His sister, Sitara Brooj Akbar, at 11 years old, had passed six O-level subjects including Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Notwithstanding this respect, Sitara likewise holds the title of being the most youthful Pakistani competitor of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and effectively accomplished seven groups out of nine, scoring 7.5 in the testing framework.  

At the season of her little girl's accomplishment in 2011, Sitara's mom had said that her girl is an awesome fanatic of Dr. Abdus Salam, Pakistan's sole Nobel laureate around then, and plans to end up the best analyst in the field of natural chemistry.


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