Chemistry student is top of the class

PUBLISHED: 10:20 10 May 2010 | UPDATED: 13:59 19 May 2010

The five Meridian students with their certificates

The five Meridian students with their certificates

A CRACKING chemistry student from the Meridian School has won top marks in a competition. Five A-level Chemistry students recently competed in the Royal Society of Chemistry International Chemistry Olympiad. A spokesman for the school said: The studen

A CRACKING chemistry student from the Meridian School has won top marks in a competition.

Five A-level Chemistry students recently competed in the Royal Society of Chemistry International Chemistry Olympiad.

A spokesman for the school said: "The students sat a two-hour advanced chemistry paper which extends the chemistry they learn on the course to new and challenging contexts."

Peter Davies received a Gold Certificate and a prize for his results, which place him in the top 10 per cent of chemistry students nationally who entered the competition.

All the other students - Olivia Clayson, Hannah Tobiss, Sam Scott and Mark Willett - received Commendation Certificates for their results.

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