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Celebrity exam results

Have you ever wondered what grades famous celebrities have achieved?
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Duke of Cambridge

A in Geography, B in Art and C in Biology

The future King of England went on to achieve a 2:1 in Geography at the University of St Andrews.

 

 

 

 

Junior Alli-Balogun

Triple Distinction in National Diploma Music Technology at NewVIc

“I’ve been fortunate and had the opportunity to work with artists such as Tinie Tempah, Robbie Williams, Pharrell Williams, Blur, Emilie Sande, Jessie Ware and many more. NewVIc gave me the support and essential skills needed to get me where I am today”

 

 

Emma Watson

A grades in English Literature, Geography and Art

The actress was filming Harry Potter at the same time as taking her A Levels. She went off to Brown University and graduated with a BA in English Literature.

 

 

 

 

Freddie Opoku-Addaie

D in Computing, C in Maths, D in Physics at NewVIc

Freddie is a dancer and choreographer.  He has worked with the Royal Opera House and tours solo work all over the world.

 

 

 

 

Tinie Tempah

B in Media Studies, a B in Religious Studies and a D in Psychology

The singer did think about going into further education but it was just as his music career was taking off.

 

 

 

 

Holli Dempsey

B in Drama, C in English Language, C in Film Studies and C in Sociology at NewVIc

Holli has acted in a range of film and television roles. She has played  Vicky in Ricky Gervais’s Derek and Vera in the 2016 film version of Dad’s Army. She has also starred in a number of TV series including Black Mirror, Call the Midwife, Aliens and Plebs

 

 

J K Rowling

A levels in English, French and German
achieving two A's and a B

The novelist, philanthropist, film and television producer and screenwriter did a BA in French and Classics at the University of Exeter.

 

 

 

Joseph Adelakun

C in A level Music at NewVIc

Joseph is an actor currently performing with Royal Shakespeare Company

“The teachers at NewVIc were very supportive and it was the performance opportunities and practical elements they provided that were the most useful when it came to progressing to drama school”

 

Tom Daley

A* in Photography and A grades in Spanish and Maths

The Olympic star did not pursue further education as he had lots of international diving commitments.

 

 

 

 

Joseph Toonga

C in A level Dance, Double Distinction Merit in National Diploma Performing Arts at NewVIc

Joseph is a dancer and choreographer.

“NewVIc really helped me develop the self-discipline and drive to push to achieve my ambitions, thanks to the energy and support I received from my teachers.”