Ian Chiu, one of three ‘super achievers’ on this year’s university entrance exams, celebrates his achievement at his school in Tuen Mun on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang Ian Chiu, one of three ‘super achievers’ on this year’s university entrance exams, celebrates his achievement at his school in Tuen Mun on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Ian Chiu, one of three ‘super achievers’ on this year’s university entrance exams, celebrates his achievement at his school in Tuen Mun on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang

5 of 7 high-fliers in Hong Kong’s DSE exams plan to pursue medical studies in local universities

  • Some of the students have been inspired by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and want to ‘serve the weak and the ill’ as doctors
  • Remaining two top achievers aim to major in finance in the city and read law in Britain, respectively

Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
Ian Chiu, one of three ‘super achievers’ on this year’s university entrance exams, celebrates his achievement at his school in Tuen Mun on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang Ian Chiu, one of three ‘super achievers’ on this year’s university entrance exams, celebrates his achievement at his school in Tuen Mun on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Ian Chiu, one of three ‘super achievers’ on this year’s university entrance exams, celebrates his achievement at his school in Tuen Mun on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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