A high achieving 15-year-old boy is “slightly disappointed” with his two A-level A grades.
But Yousuf Bin-Suhayl, of Marshland St James,says he is “slightly disappointed” to have missed out on A*s in chemistry and physics.
He completed his studies at Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech after previously being home schooled by his parents Sohale Rahman and Tomasina Contu.
The remarkable youngster already has four GCSEs and an A-level in maths.
Yousuf said: “I am slightly disappointed. I thought I had a good chance of getting an A*.
“I am still fairly pleased with them and I can retake a module.
“I am passionate about chemistry and physics.
“Everyone out there can achieve high grades. If you study something you enjoy you will find it easier to study.”
He will be returning to the academy next year to complete three further A-levels in law, history and biology.
Last year his brother Ieysaa achieved an GCSE A grade in maths at the age of nine.