Muslim Students in Sydney Keep on Reaching for the Skies  

Translator: Fatıma Nur Dinçer

Muslim families in Sydney are delighted that their children have crossed boundaries that have never been crossed before and are achieving great things academically.  

According to the HSC ATAR, the highest scoring student in the New South Wales region is a Muslim student named Noor Ibrahim with a score of 99.95. Her classmate Fahaad Ahmed graduated with an ATAR score of 99.85. With this score, he received offers to enroll in the Medical Department of the University of Sydney, the most prestigious school. 

Likewise, there is similar success coming from Eastern Australia, and a Muslim 12th-grader named Azmain Talukder scored an average of 99.95. We, as the Bidunyahaber team, would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate all these students on their success.  


Another success comes from Al Faisal College, Irna Khan scored top-notch scores within the NSW – New South Wales region – and finished 26th in maths. With just 55 students on the honor’s bench and six years of experience within the HSC, Al Noori schools are currently ranked 42nd in the state. On the other hand, Malek Fahd Islamic School is keeping its position in the top 100. 

The HSC results are a ranking by the Australian Higher Education Authority based on the ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) degree and determine the success of students upon entry to universities. 

The ATAR score is not a note, but rather a summary of the HSC results. It is a sorting system used for the selection of the university region. 

This article was originally written in Turkish. Click to read it! Sydney’deki Müslüman Çocuklar Göz Kamaştırıyor

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