Jamaican Student, Sadé Dunbar, Passes Academic Exams with 18 Distinctions

Sadé Dunbar Jamaican Student

Sadé Dunbar of Spanish Town, Jamaica, is one of the nation’s top academic achievers. Dunbar graduated from Immaculate Conception High School obtaining 18 passes in the CXC/CAPE subjects and earning distinctions in all 18. Dunbar is currently studying medicine at the University of the West Indies. In addition to her 18 subject distinctions and her “A” average, she has also represented Jamaica at the International Scripps Howard Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. Working part-time while pursuing her studies, Dunbar participated in the 2012 Math Olympics, attaining the semi-finals of the competition, and also competed in The Chemistry Competition that involved fifth-form students from all over Jamaica in which her high school placed first. She achieved Grade Ones in the following Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) exams: Mathematics, English A, English B, Spanish, Information Technology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Human and Social Biology, Caribbean History and Additional Mathematics. Her dedication to her studies also brought her a third-place award for English Language and Grade Ones in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) in Pure Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Communication Studies for Unit 1.

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