Meet Hunain Zia, a brilliant student scored 42 As in O/A Levels
Education in Pakistan is a very equivocal and mystifying game altogether, some say that Pakistanis have mastered the art of attaining the best education there is, whereas the other is of the view that the people of Pakistan are opposite to the basic needs of education.
Breaking all these stereotypes, one student named Hunain Zia obtained 42 As in his O/A Levels and IGCSE combined.
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This accomplishment of Hunain comes on the back of his predecessors like Ali Moeen Nawazish and Haroon Tariq, who also attained a remarkable feat in their exams.
However, this student has bigger plans for the Pakistan education system than just his result.
“Look it goes like this. I am trying to achieve a hundred As in International secondary and advanced qualifications. The only and main cause is that I am planning to establish free education in the future and to do so I am actually running a page named www.facebook.com/CIEsimplified,” said Hunian while speaking to some media sources.
I provide lectures free of cost. I only want to help as many students as I can. Breaking of world record will help me gain recognition for the cause of establishing free education in Pakistan, In Shaa Allah, and right now that’s my actual goal.”
“In 1 session, I have attempted 30 subjects, which means 70 changed exam papers. I also have given exams for 18 consecutive hours. But, none of this matters as I do not achieve my dream and my goal, which is assisting other students reach extraordinary heights and their maximum potential,” said Hunain.
Though, as per the brilliant student, the journey was not easy at all, because he faced criticism from almost everyone.
“Destiny is a matter of decision. It is what I believe. I am a member of the lower middle class without a name. This may appear to you as a bizarre introduction. But it is the truth and I take pride in it. When I first endeavored taking so many subjects, the only label I got was “ye pagal hai” (he is mad). Surely it hurt.
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It hurt because people did not understand my perspective. They did not understand that I was determined to make a difference. I was determined to make an impact. I wanted people to realize that yes we do exist; we who belong to the monetarily deprived classes; we who believe in Allah and ourselves; and we who believe things changing. My biggest challenge was coping with the hatred I received. They say when you can’t shake the determination, you start assassinating the character.
I was teased on all possible levels. I also saw those who called me their bestie but leave me like the wind; slowly yet mortally. I had to cut off from the people, I needed peace. After that there came a fee that changed everything. Later, I met my biggest support inside me. I derived my energy from the hate. I made the pessimism of others my driving for and then boom! My Allah made the path easier for me.
Students like Hunain bring pride to their families as well as the nation really deserves appreciation and support.