Jonathan Louw (18)
The Delta Secondary School pupil says AS level requires more effort because of a greater workload. “It will be a hard and difficult journey, but just work from the beginning,” he says.
Titus Shatimwene (18)
The Rikongo Vision School pupil says he still feels like he is dreaming and “may wake up any time soon”. “For students who want to end up in the top five, it takes a lot of sweat, and you have to be consistent and have that end goal in mind,” he says.
Findano Haiduwa (18)
The Onawa Secondary School pupil says studying for the exams came with lots of sleeples nights. He says it’s important to stay motivated and keep pushing.
Brittany van Rooyen (18)
The Windhoek Gymnasium pupil says despite wanting to achieve academic success, she tried to balance school and spending time with her family and friends. “What I would tell my fellow students is to believe in yourself. If I can do it, anyone can.”
Louw Iiyambo (18)
The Onawa Secondary School pupil says he prevailed, despite many challenges.
“My advice for my fellow students: You have to play it smart, it’s not gonna be easy, but remember that anyone can do anything,” he says.
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