Tawananyasha Chipiro, a Zimbabwean student at St George’s College, has attained 5As in the November 2022 Cambridge Advanced Level (A-Level) examinations.
Tawananyasha (Tawa) who describes himself as “a boy, like any other, with dreams and aspirations,” told Pindula News that he did Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Further Mathematics at A-Level.
At Ordinary Level (O’ Level), Tawana did Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, History, Physical Education, English Language, Shona and Combined Science and got As in all the subjects.
When this reporter asked about his formula for success, Tawa responded: There was no formula per se, but I feel it is faith, hard work and consistency.
I would advise anyone, regardless of the year in school, to clearly set what they hope and wish to achieve, and work toward that goal. Every day should be a step toward your goal.
Tawa who stays in MabelreignI says on a normal day, he gets to school in the morning, spends the greater part of the day there and will be studying and working on projects in the evening. W
ithout getting into detail, Tawa says he intends to continue with his studies, “so I will see how things work out.” He said he was under a scholarship and is grateful that God brought many different people who contributed in different ways.
A lot of people came into play during my O-Levels. They made the dream work. I would have acknowledged them but I am not sure if they would want that. He said the door was still open for those who would to partner with him.
On challenges he has faced, Tawa said he was also affected by the COVID-19 pandemic like any other learner, but is grateful that he eventually got the results.