Nathan Chang, 11, achieved level 5 in a maths exam aimed at 18-year-olds. Photo: Jonathan Wong Nathan Chang, 11, achieved level 5 in a maths exam aimed at 18-year-olds. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Nathan Chang, 11, achieved level 5 in a maths exam aimed at 18-year-olds. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Boy, 11, scores highly in Hong Kong’s university entrance exam but eyes perfection next year

  • Nathan Chang was one of the youngest ever candidates for the Diploma of Secondary Education
  • Primary school pupil admits he was ‘a bit upset’ not to secure a higher grade in the maths exam

Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
Nathan Chang, 11, achieved level 5 in a maths exam aimed at 18-year-olds. Photo: Jonathan Wong Nathan Chang, 11, achieved level 5 in a maths exam aimed at 18-year-olds. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Nathan Chang, 11, achieved level 5 in a maths exam aimed at 18-year-olds. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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