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British Pakistani Girl Achieves Record with 34 GCSE

Mahnoor Cheema sets record with 34 courses, achieves global academic.

Mahnoor has taken the most GCSE topics in history of the UK and EU, more than any other student. As a private candidate in Year 10, she had received A* grades in all 17 of her subjects. However, she added 17 more subjects to the bag on Thursday, bringing the total to 34 and reaching a new record.

Mahnoor Cheema discussed her path to success with Geo News. Both Mahnoor Cheema’s father, Barrister Usman Cheema, and mother, Mrs. Tayyaba Cheema, were born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan. They came to the UK in 2006 to complete their degrees at Lincoln’s Inn and SOAS, respectively. Mahnoor completed his early education in a private Lahore school before enrolling in Class 5 at Langley Grammar School in West London.

The outstanding student of Pakistani descent also established other records. In addition to her academic achievements, Mahnoor’s IQ has been acknowledged on a global level. She scored 161 on the Mensa IQ Test, surpassing Albert Einstein, whose IQ is thought to have been 160. She is now among the top 1% of intellectually gifted people in the world as a result of this.

Additionally, she successfully achieved Grade 8 ABRSM Music Theory and Practical. She is one of the youngest people in the UK who is working toward a music degree. Additionally, she was selected for the famous John Locke essay competition, whose winners will be announced at an Oxford event later this year.

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