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CT9 Business Awareness and CB3 Business Management

Following attendance at a Business Awareness / Business Management exam and successful completion of the online test between 26 February and 25 March 2020

CT9 Business Awareness | CB3 Business Management

Subject CT9: Business Awareness

Six completed the CT9 exam, namely:

Dharamshi, Shaista
Edmunds, Angharad
Misra, Anshumali
O'Dea, Cormac
Sitaranjan, Gabriaella
Smith, Jake

Subject CB3: Business Management

Two hundred thirty-four completed the CB3 exam, namely:

Abashidze, Giorgi
Abbott, Meg
Agarwal, Minal
Agarwal, Snigdha
Agarwalla, Smriti
Ah-See, Christian
Akena, Jesai
Alayo, Daniel
An, Hanrui
Ananda, Brian
Argent, Ryan
Arora, Rahul
Ashkenazy, Tomer
Balen, Tobias
Bansal, Jyoti
Bansal, Nikita
Batra, Deepti
Benacka, Adam
Bennett, Alfred
Bera, Panashe
Bhardwaj, Shilpa
Bickers, Ben
Black, Emma
Brabyn, George
Bradley, Richard
Brett, Jordan
Brett, Stephen
Broad, Louise
Bronstein, Joe
Candasamy, Senthil
Chatzineofytou, Andreas
Chen, Shuying
Cheung, Hayden
Chhajer, Jinal
Chia, Sze Tein
Chitkara, Abhawya
Chong, Ming Fei
Clark, Alexander
Conway, Ronan Patrick
Cook, Joseph
Corbin, Isabel
Corley, Shane Timothy
Corlin, Perrine
Crimble, Laurence
Dang, Nicholas
Davis, Luke
Davison, Courtney Leanne
Dean, Alexander
Devkaran, Jayesh
Dhingra, Kartik
Dhyani, Nidhi
Dicken, Kieran
Dunne, Kevin
Eyre, Thomas
Farrow, Sophie
Fotiou, Andreas
Fraz, Ahsan
Gan, Germinian
Gangadia, Avni
Ghelani, Vikesh
Gibson, Louise
Gicheru, Ryan
Glynn, Rory Eoghan
Goel, Gaurav
Golson, Rob
Gombe, Patrick
Gomber, Vatsal
Goodman, Alexandra
Gosling, Jack
Goyal, Prajal
Goyal, Vikram
Gujral, Samarth
Gupta, Devika
Gupta, Esha
Gupta, Rahul
Gupta, Shriya
Gurusamy, Vignesh Narayanan
Han, Wei
Herbert, Sarah
Ho, Kang Zheng
Hou, Jiaqi
Huang, Simon
Ishraq, Raghib
Ismail, Khalidah
Jackson, Benjamin
Jackson, Jennifer
Jagdeo, Laura
Jain, Abhi
Jain, Anumeha
Jain, Jainam
Jain, Kunal
Jain, Prithviraj
Jain, Sangeetha
Jain, Siddhi
Jethwa, Chetan
Ji, Anqi
Joyce, Michael
Ju, Zining
Kantai, Sanau
Kanwar, Parth
Keay, Megan
Kelleher, Gavin
Kerrisk, Anna
Khetani, Nishant
Ki, Chung Hin
Kirwan, Bryan
Kovalchuk, Oleksii
Kumar, Ashish
Kumar, Krishna
Kumbhat, Sneha
Kwok, David
Lai, Hoi I
Lakhani, Adam
Lam, Ka Chun
Law, Hooi Hooi
Lawlor, Christopher
Lawrence, Megan Elizabeth
Let, Jian Jie
Li, Liyan
Li, Na
Liaw, Carmelitta Sheau Horng
Liew, Fu Cheng
Lim, Jien Min
Loh, Sin Yen
Macleod, Allan
Maher, Gavin
Maheshwari, Rahul
Mak, Ryan
Malhotra, Aditya
Malinga, Sandile
Mao, Rui
Martin, Brendan
Maugeri, Giacomo
Mawer, Rhiannon
Mcateer, Caolán
Mccaw, Sean
Mcstay, Caoimhe
Meyyappan, Muthukothai
Mittal, Arushi
Mittal, Saloni
Mlekio, Sia
Mnkandla, Ambition
Morgan, Jonathan
Moss, Simon
Murray, Alan
Murray, Ewan
Musgrave, Samantha
Ndaba, Mary
Ndu, Nina
Neo, Germaine
Ng, Mei Ying
Nguyen, Nam
Ning, Xinyue
Norton, Stephen
O'Callaghan, Declan
O'Donnell, Ciarán
O'Donnell, Patrick
O'Donoghue, Robin
Oswal, Esha
Owen, Tom
P V, Satish
Palmer, Kate
Park, Sarah
Patel, Bansri Mukeshkumar
Phua, Zhi Qi
Popawala, Disha
Rajasundaram, Meenakshisundaram
Ramachandran, Shishira
Rastogi, Isheeta
Razzak, Danya
Rengasamy, Daren
Rimmer, Sara
Rudram, Dexter
Rychlewski, Craig
San, Sindy
Sawla, Jay
Scanlon, Michael
Scott, Gareth
Sehdev, Ajay
Shah, Neel
Shah, Raj
Shah, Vinit
Shah, Viraj
Shamla, Rishi
Sharma, Pranav
Sharma, Unnat
Shee, Valentia Minhui
Sheerin, Charlotte
Shen, Yue
Sherwin, Connor
Shikely, Laila
Sim, Hann
Singla, Anshuman
Slater, Rebecca
Slevin, Ciaran
Smedley, Matthew
Smith, Sinae
Soh, Tina
Soh, Yi Cong
Stack, Eoin
Su, Yiting
Subramanian, Rajaguru
Sunner, Aneesha
Sze, Kah Seng
Tamboli, Jaini
Tan, Glenn
Tan, Grace Ke En
Tan, Yee Cheng
Tanner, James
Tarimo, Neema
Tariq, Farhan
Tay, Yuan Long
Teo, Jing Ming
Tizzone, Miguel
Tofrik, Neil
Tong, Jie Yi
Tran, Minh Duc
Truong, Anh
Ungolo, Francesco
Velamala, Durga Prasad
Vero, Michelle
Vira, Akshat
Vivier, Susanna
Waithira, Ian
Williams, Conor
Wong, Hei Tung Kylie
Wong, Janice
Xie, Yuan
Xing, Jessica
Yankov, Nikolay
Yao, Zeren
Yap, En Ni
Zhang, John
Zheng, Zanjia

 

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