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Havering A-levels: Bright sparks book places at Oxford and Cambridge universities

PUBLISHED: 16:27 15 August 2013 | UPDATED: 16:27 15 August 2013

Harry Li's A-level grades from Havering Sixth Form College have secured his place to study maths at Cambridge.

Harry Li's A-level grades from Havering Sixth Form College have secured his place to study maths at Cambridge.

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Several Havering bright sparks booked their places at some of the most prestigious universities in the world today after getting world-class grades.

Coopers’ Company and Coborn School student George Bouverie is going on to study maths at Cambridge University after getting an A* in further maths, As in English literature and physics, and a C in Spanish.

Despite excelling in such a broad range of subjects at the school in St Mary’s Lane, Upminster, the 17-year-old said he had his heart set on studying maths at university.

He added: “I chose it because it’s interesting. I wasn’t too surprised about the results but I’m pleased I got accepted.”

George will be joined on the course by Harry Li, who did his A-levels at Havering Sixth Form College in Hornchurch.

He secured his place studying maths at Cambridge after getting A*s in maths and further maths, and As economics and physics.

At the Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School, in Upminster, there was also good news for head girl Rebekah Jones, whose three A*, an A and a B secured her a place at Oxford University studying history and French.

St Edward’s Sixth Form student Billy Cavell is facing a tough choice between Cambridge and America’s prestigious Yale University after getting top A-levels at the Romford school.

Someone we missed out? Let us know about any other Havering students who got into Oxford and Cambridge by emailing lizzie.dearden@archant.co.uk or calling 0208 477 3821.


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