Student, 16, who had to undergo throat surgery just three weeks before his HSC singing exam, is the best in class – the results of the country are revealed
- A student was rushed to the hospital three weeks before HSC for a throat operation
- Kiran Gupta, 16, would follow his Music 1 HSC, which was a singing exam
- Despite the fact that he had to change his piece five days earlier, he still achieved first place
- Mr. Gupta was one of 127 students who first came to one or more of their subjects
Laura Hedges for Daily Mail Australia
The stress of the HSC is enough to handle it alone, but a student had an additional last minute hurdle to overcome and still reached the top of the class.
Kiran Gupta, 16, was only three weeks away from his Music 1 HSC – to which a singing exam was attached – when he was rushed to the hospital for an operation at the throat.
I became dizzy, had to vomit, could not walk, so I was quickly taken to the Royal Alfred Hospital, "he told 7 news.
As a result, Mr. Gupta, from New South Wales, was forced to change one of his pieces of music only five days before the exam.
But despite his setbacks, the 16-year-old still secured the first place for Music 1 in the HSC.
I just could not believe it – I was overjoyed, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; I woke up dizzy, vomited & # 39 ;: Kiran Gupta (pictured), 16, was three weeks away from his Music 1 HSC – to which a singing exam was attached – when he was rushed to the hospital for an operation at the throat
But despite his setbacks – which also means that he had to change his piece of music five days before the exam – he still got first place for Music 1 in the HSC
Gupta was one of the 127 students in 2018 who came first in one or more of their subjects.
NSW Minister of Education Rob Stokes said that the collective IQ of the first place that students & astronomical & # 39; would have been.
Students in the state received their HSC results from 6 AM this morning via e-mail and SMS, with ATARs for release on Friday from 9 am.
The Minister of Education advised students not to be discouraged if their results did not come through as expected.
& # 39; There are many other ways to success, & # 39; he said.
Mr. Gupta was one of the 127 students in 2018 who first came in one or more of their subjects and the Minister of Education of the NSW, Rob Stokes (photo) said that the collective IQ of the first place that students & # 39, astronomical & # 39; would have been.