Boy, 11, scores highly in Hong Kong’s university entrance exam but eyes perfect score next year

Eleven-year-old Nathan Chang Lok-hang ranked among the top 15 per cent of students sitting maths in Hong Kong’s university entrance exams this year, despite being one of the youngest candidates in the qualification’s history.But the Primary Six pupil said achieving the third-highest grade in the Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) exam in May left him “a bit upset” and he was already planning a retake next year so he could improve his score.5 of 7 perfect scorers in Hong Kong’s DSE exams to…


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