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'I couldn't sleep last night. My parents cried whenever I told them my results'

Dominican College

From left, pupils Molly Deazley, Emma Watson, Aoife Cooper, Hannah Kerr and Orlaith Murray during A-Level results day at Dominican College
From left, pupils Molly Deazley, Emma Watson, Aoife Cooper, Hannah Kerr and Orlaith Murray during A-Level results day at Dominican College

By Staff Reporter

Chloe Jackson (18) from north Belfast

A-levels: History (A), English (A), Health and Social Science (A).

Going to: St Mary's University College.

She said: "I'm delighted with my results! I worked really hard but it was still a bit of a shock."

Fabienne Gogarty (18) from north Belfast

A-levels:

History (A), Biology (A), Chemistry (B).

Going to: Queen's University Belfast to study Dentistry.

She said: "I'm delighted I got into Queen's. They had asked for three As, so I was devastated when I first heard my results. Then, I found out that I'd been accepted, I cried with joy! Needless to say my parents are also over the moon."

Orlaith Murray (18) from north Belfast

A-levels: Chemistry (A), Biology (A), Irish (A).

Going to: Queen's University Belfast to study Medicine.

She said: "I wasn't sure how I'd done but I got the results I was hoping for! I'm so happy."

Molly Deazley (18) from north Belfast

A-levels: Biology (A), Maths (A), Geography (A).

Going to: University of Edinburgh to study Architecture.

She said: "I needed an A* and two As but I got in anyway. I'm so relieved!"

Molly McCormick (18) from north Belfast

A-levels: Maths (A*), Chemistry (A), Geography (A).

Going to: Queen's University Belfast to study Pharmacy.

She said: "I'm so pleased and excited. I couldn't get to sleep last night. My parents cried whenever I told them my results."

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