14-Year Old Championed in Physics Mathletics

In a press release posted by Alibaba Printing on its website, a Singaporean high school student championed the annual International Physics Mathletics 2017.

Singapore, Singapore - February 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

In a press release posted by Alibaba Printing on its website, a Singaporean high school student championed the annual International Physics Mathletics 2017. The 14-year old student from the Huffton-Lee High School defeated all 38 students from around the globe. Lawrence Khan, a junior high school student in the said school is young for his grade, but still excels, both academically and in sports. Lawrence has been accelerated twice and is now attending a tuition centre bukit timah that is commonly for 17-year-olds.

Nonetheless, Lawrence, a math enthusiast who also happens to have a physics tuition scholarship, is still the chosen national representative despite his young age. “We are proud of Lawrence,” tells Abby Khan, Lawrence’s mother. “Since he was a young child, it has been very obvious that he loves physics. He learned how to count even before he walked; he learned physics formula at a very young age.”

The school’s head directress, Polly Wu, states that Lawrence will be receiving full scholarship to college if he scores the highest in their school’s H2 Physics tuition entrance examination care of https://physicstuitionsg.com/. Although it seems like it is already a given, Lawrence’s schoolmates still wish him luck. His closest friends, Ali and Sarah, both 17 year-olds, only have good words for him, “He is like a baby brother to us. He is very smart, but never a show-off. He even teaches us and helps us with our match lessons whenever we get lost with the numbers and formulas.”

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