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Angkad puts AES a notch above BARMM schools, remains a top math whiz in Mindanao

     Top Contestant in BARMM. Rank 2 in Mindanao. National Finalist in PMO.

     Mohammad Angkad, a Grade 11 student of Albert Einstein School, made a triumphant notch after securing a back-to-back top contestant place in Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), remained one of the only three qualifiers from Mindanao and a national finalist in the 24th Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO) last February 19, and March 18 and 19 respectively.

     In 2021, he attained a well-earned feat as the top contestant in BARMM and one of the three qualifiers from Mindanao; however, he failed to qualify for the nationals. With consistent perseverance and diligence, he managed to come back stronger and fulfill his unfinished feat in 2022 making him go a notch higher and qualify for the nationals, along with the other 32 national finalists. Even though he did not secure a spot as one of the national top contestants, he still made the entire AES community outrageously proud.

     The Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO) is the oldest and most prestigious nationwide mathematics competition among secondary school students that aims to stimulate the improvement of mathematics education in the country by awakening greater interest in and appreciation of mathematics among students and teachers and gaining insights into the levels of mathematics learning.

     Undoubtedly, AES continues to participate in this endeavor and reach the top standards. Indeed, Mohammad Angkad added another priceless relic to the history of the achievements of the school. It is yet another evidence that Einsteinians, through online or face-to-face assessments, persevere to excel.

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