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Karachi:17 July:Anosha Rahim from the PECHS campus, who scored a 40, which is the highest in Karachi, said she always wanted to study in the IB programme and when she discovered that BSS was offering the programme she jumped at the chance to apply.

“My whole family was confused about what I was doing and why I was taking such an [unknown] course instead of doing my A Levels,” she said, adding that nonetheless, they supported her decision.

Another student who will soon be joining the Lahore University of Management Sciences to pursue electrical engineering degree, Sahil Vellani scored a 38 in the IBDP and was satisfied with his results.

Scoring a 31, Sarah Noor, a student at the Defence campus, said the programme is better because it relies on the conceptual understanding and hard work spanning two full years rather than rote learning. She said she will advise her younger siblings and cousins to opt for the programme as well.The news.