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Christian Offered Place at the University of Cambridge

Sixth Former Christian Dobson has been accepted to read maths at the University of Cambridge following an interview last month.

Christian applied to Caius College and sat two 30-minute interviews during which he had to solve four maths problems.

Christian, who is studying maths, further maths, physics, economics and English literature A Levels, is now focussed on achieving the grades he needs to confirm his place this summer.

He said: "When I got the confirmation letter I was very happy because the university is one of the best in the world."

Jane Watson, Assistant Vice Principal for Sixth Form, said: "We're incredibly proud of Christian and his achievements so far - gaining five As at AS Level and finishing his maths A Level ahead of time. He's at the University of Warwick for a 14-week period where he is studying for advanced exams in maths and he has also attended a number of master classes there."

Fifty Sixth Formers are now in the process of accepting their university offers, with a number receiving unconditional offers.