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CT9 Business Awareness

Following attendance at a Business Awareness / Business Management exam and successful completion of the online test between 26 October and 25 November 2019

CT9 Business Awareness | CB3 Business Management

Subject CT9: Business Awareness

Twenty completed the CT9 exam, namely:

Bhuiyan, Munkasir Masud
Cummings, Luke
Fatoke, Mary
Fong, Kian Boon
Gartly, Joshua
Hindocha, Nikesh
James, Francesca
Keser, Viviane
Khoo, Joey Jia Wei
Mall, Priya
Margulies, Marcelo
Mcmullan, Anna
Nawaz, Shahrukh
O'Hare, James
Rahman, Sadiqur
Razak, Sarah Abdul
Smith, Edward
Sutcliffe, Thomas
Thompson, James
Tobin, James

 

Subject CB3: Business Management

One hundred and twenty-six completed the CB3 exam, namely:

Abdul, Sarah Razak
Agarwal, Abhishek
Agrawal, Vanshika
Aherne, Cian
Alsop, Laura Ann
Amondi, Margaret
Aneja, Avyaav
Arora, Yogita
Ashby, Peter
Bajaj, Varun
Balaskanda, Anushka
Beaven, Matthew James
Beriya, Roopal
Bhuiyan, Munkasir Masud
Black, James Alexander
Byrne, Paul
Calder, Murray
Camm, Millicent Gillian
Chan, Shini
Cheema, Harminder Singh
Chew, Oon Ngeh
Chin, Hui Vun Christina
Chin, Vicky
Clarke, Andre Jordan Augustus
Cumming, Moray Stephen Bruce
Cummings, Jonathan Luke
Devadason, Sarah Ranee
Dokania, Rupal
Doshi, Aniket Bijal
Duckworth, Peter Francis
Dutta, Sumit
Edwards, Katharine Elizabeth
El, Mustapha Lemdani
Fatoke, Mary
Fong, Kian Boon
Gandharva, Kriti
Gartly, Joshua Rob
Goel, Kanchan
Gordon, Benjamin Isaac
Goyal, Akshay
Griffith, Simon
Gupta, Mahima
Gupta, Shrishti
Hang, Tan Chung
Hansford, James Robert
Haque, Akm Shamsul
Harrington, Jack Thomas John
Hindocha, Nikesh
Hodgkins, Laurence David Dougal
Hsu, Jen-Hua
Hughes, Karl Desmond
James, Francesca Olivia
Jhabak, Urjita
Jones, Evan David John
Jose, Annabell
Keser, Viviane
Khoo, Joey Jia Wei
Kihiu, Francis Karua
Lawler, Jake
Lim, Ke-Xin
Liu, Yujie
Loughrey, Sinead
Mall, Priya
Margulies, Marcelo
Martin, Thomas
Mason, Samuel George
Mbundinga, Charity Yeukai
McCarthy, Thomas Martin John
Mcmullan, Anna
Megginson, Marc
Mehta, Shubham
Memmott, Sean
Mir, Safwan
Mitchell, Jason
Moore, Daisie Fay
Morrison, Kirsteen Macleod
Mulholland, Mark
Nawaz, Shahrukh
Ngotho, Edward Mwangi
Nicholson, James Patrick
Ogier, Thomas Hiroto
O'Hare, James Joseph
Palfreman, Max
Pandya, Adarsh
Parkinson, Matthew James
Peace, Thomas Matthew
Perkins, Harriet Elizabeth
Prashar, Kulranjan
Preston, Daniel Alan
Punj, Pratishtha
Quigley, Eoghan
Rachmad, Livia
Rahman, Sadiqur
Rastogi, Sanya
Russell, Kenneth Alistair Woodburn
Russell, Matthew Darren James
S, Manoj
Sharma, Anjali
Smith, Charles Sebastian
Smith, Edward
Smith, Lewis
Solanki, Shubham
Stalowska, Daria
Suarez, Juliana Villegas
Suba, Jignesh
Sumner, Jessica May
Sutcliffe, Thomas James
Taher, Tareq
Tan, Cecilia Wen Xi
Theong, Jing Wen
Thompson, James
Tobin, James
Ujlayan, Shubham
Vanhouse, Sarah Elizabeth
Venaram, Ashok Choudhary
Verma, Kanika
Vijra, Dhruv
Warburton, Samuel Mark
Waters, Sophie Marie
Were, Donald Wafula
Weston, Sophie Jane
Wong, Ernest Yue Ern
Wood, Daniel Stephen
Wu, Yifan
Xiao, Yue
Young, Joanna Louise

 

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