Science degree onthe horizon

VINCENTIA HighSchool year 12 students earned 11 band 6 results in the HSC.

Three of thosewent to Mekayla Burdfield from St Georges Basin and she’s very happy about it.

On Wednesdaymorning she was too nervous to check her results and managed to put it offuntil 11am.

“In the end myprincipal phoned me and told me to hurry up,” she said.

“It doesn’t feelreal, I couldn’t believe it when I read the message.

“It wasdefinitely a sense of relief it’s such a pain waiting for the results.

“I would suggestnext year’s students always keep trying, even if you have a bad mark for oneassessment.

“I’m notnecessarily the smartest kid in the bunch but I just kept on trying, and Iworked hard,” she said.

“I will be goingto the University of Wollongong next year and have early entry in two differentcourses.

“I have alsoapplied to do an international bachelor of science, which is a very selectivecourse, only eight people get in to that.

“I want to workin science, something with an international role with a link to theenvironment.”

TRIPLE TREAT: Mekayla Burdfield scored three band 6s to add to Vincentia High School’s total of 11.

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