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Throughout his school career, Karabo Dinelelo has always been one of the top-performing pupils. The Forte Secondary School matric candidate achieved a full house of eight distinctions. | @TebogoMonama #MatricResults

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Throughout his school career, Karabo Dinelelo has always been one of the top-performing pupils. The Forte Secondary School matric candidate achieved a full house of eight distinctions. | TebogoMonama MatricResults

Throughout his school career, Karabo Dinelelo has always been one of the top-performing pupils. The Forte Secondary School matric candidate achieved a full house of eight distinctions in Setswana, English, maths, life orientation, accounting, business studies, life sciences and physical sciences.

Karabo Dinelelo from Forte High School says being part of a maths and science centre pushed him to excellence.Karabo Dinelelo believes that joining a maths and science centre has helped him to improve his results even further.After passing matric, he has decided to study medicine this year.

Dinelelo has achieved a full house of eight distinctions.Throughout his school career, Karabo Dinelelo has always been one of the top-performing pupils.In Grade 10, Dinelelo signed up at the Kutlwanong Centre for Maths, Science and Technology, an NGO that works at producing quality maths and science results at township schools. This, he said, changed how he looked at his achievements.

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Subscribers can listen to this article Karabo Dinelelo from Forte High School says being part of a maths and science centre pushed him to excellence. Karabo Dinelelo believes that joining a maths and science centre has helped him to improve his results even further. After passing matric, he has decided to study medicine this year. Dinelelo has achieved a full house of eight distinctions. Throughout his school career, Karabo Dinelelo has always been one of the top-performing pupils. In Grade 10, Dinelelo signed up at the Kutlwanong Centre for Maths, Science and Technology, an NGO that works at producing quality maths and science results at township schools. This, he said, changed how he looked at his achievements. "Kutlwanong helped me change my attitude and pushed me even more. When I went to Kutlwanong, I found children from different schools - who were the best performers as well - and there was tough competition. "It added extra drive and made me realise that I don't only have to be the best in my school. The aim is to work hard enough and be able to compete with people from different schools and parts of the country." READ |  Get your matric results here and find all the latest news The Forte Secondary School matric candidate achieved a full house of eight distinctions in Setswana,  English, maths,  life orientation, accounting, business studies, life sciences and physical sciences.  He said the NGO was also critical in helping him keep up with his schoolwork in Grade 11 during the Level 5 lockdown. "We had online classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It helped a lot. Sometimes at school, we couldn't finish some topics so we could catch up on the online learning from the programme." Dinelelo said the pandemic made him even more sure about choosing to study medicine. "The fact that we are still alive today, despite Covid, motivates me to continue with medicine. I would like to help as much as I can," he added. He will study at Stellenbosch University, where he hopes to continue his love for sport again. Dinelelo played volleyball until Grade 9, when he was forced to drop it because of his workload. "I stopped in Grade 10 when I joined Kutlwanong, because we attended classes over weekends. Hopefully, at university I will have more freedom to play sports and use it to relieve stress." Your opinion matters to us. Be part of the conversation and tell us what you think about this story in the comments section. We live in a world where facts and fiction get blurred In times of uncertainty you need journalism you can trust. For only R75 per month , you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features. Journalism strengthens democracy. Invest in the future today.