Dairy owner’s son tops the world in Cambridge physics exam

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Henry Chen’s family ran a dairy in Stratford before moving to Auckland so he could attend Auckland Grammar, where he has topped the world in Cambridge A-level physics.

On the 22nd of february, Henry was honoured in a ceremony at Eden Park as New Zealand’s top overall student in the Cambridge international exams for 2017, and top in the world for A-level physics. He scored 98 per cent in physics, 97 per cent in maths, 96 per cent in chemistry and 95 per cent in biology.

“For the first half of my life it was more my parents forcing me, and at the end it kind of grew on me. I started to enjoy and feel proud of my achievements.”

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