A PUPIL knifed to death by a masked gang got eight GCSE A grades, his school revealed yesterday.
The outstanding marks for Oxbridge-tipped Ajmol Alom, 16, were revealed two weeks after he was ambushed by blade-wielding thugs.
He was awarded As in Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, English Literature, Geography, Religious Studies and Citizenship.
Ajmol — who was considering a career in medicine — also picked up B grades in English Language, Humanities and Physical Education.
Chris Dunne, head of Langdon Park School, East London, called him one of Britain’s “brightest prospects”. He said: “I will remember two things the most — how hardworking he was as a student, and how very decent he was as a person.
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