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UK: Maharishi School students excel in national mathematics competition
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12 March 2009
High school students at the Maharishi School in Skelmersdale, England achieved outstanding results in a recent national mathematics competition, obtaining two gold, four silver, and four bronze certificates.
The UK national Intermediate Maths Challenge is a competition held every year for students in grades 9, 10, and 11. Less than 10 per cent of students in this age group participate in this grueling one-hour examination, so obtaining a certificate is a significant achievement, said Raja Peter Warburton, Raja of Invincible Great Britain for the Global Country of World Peace.
A bronze certificate places the student in the top four per cent of the nation, a silver certificate places the student in the top two per cent, and a gold certificate in the top one per cent of the nation, he explained.
One of the students at the Maharishi School who received a gold certificate has been invited to participate in another mathematics competition for students throughout all of Europe, Raja Peter said.
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