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Specialist Advanced subjects, SA1-7

The exams were held from 3-18 April 2019 at the usual centres with the following results:
  • Pass list published: 4 July 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 4 July 2019
Subject
Subject SA1 Subject SA3 Subject SA7
Subject SA2 Subject SA4  

 

Subject SA1: Health and Care

The pass mark for Subject SA1 was 55

Sixty-five presented themselves and twenty-two passed namely:

Candidate names A-Z

Adams, Thomas
Bailey, Daniel Edward
Balboa, Lisa Klara Amelia
Bhudia, Bhavesh Naran
Chan, Shini
Escalante Arechiga, Maria
Hunter, Heidi Murray
Lee, Chee Huan
Low, Yik Hua
Moey, Khai Boon
Murphy, Darragh
Mushete, Jesca
Ng, Aishan
Nguyen, Trang Minh
Shurville, Rebecca
Singhal, Natasha
Tan, Kaijia Kenneth
Tang, Yang
Walker, Sian
Wang, Yudi
Yulian, Elisse
Zhou, Zhuowen

Subject SA2: Life Insurance

The pass mark for Subject SA2 was 55

Four hundred and twenty-two presented themselves and one hundred and sixty-eight passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Aggarwal, Aarti
Agrawal, Kishan Kumar
Ahern, Evelyn
Annett, Nicola
Appleby, Ernest Kwang
Attwall, Nishant Gagandeep
Atwal, Jaskirtan
Ayers, Callum
Bell, Samantha Jane
Bhala, Krushna Vinod
Bhalla, Ajay
Bhuwania, Sourabh
Bishop, Alexander Julian
Black, Jenifer
Blundell, Matthew Thomas
Bowyer, Philip James
Brett-Robertson, Guy
Briston, John Matthew
Buchanan, Rupert Nicholas
Burns, Paul John
Byrne, Stephen
Chan, Darren Cho Yeung
Chan, Yuee Sun
Chawla, Manmeet Kaur
Chettiar, Albina
Cheuk, Michael
Chi, Mengyao
Chinakidzwa, Justin Kudakwashe
Christy, Neil Thomas
Conaghan, Aisling Marie
Cooney, Aine
Cooper, James
Craig, Emma Louise
Dangerfield, Luke
Do, Hieu Khac
Doshi, Jay
Dowling, Garvan
Doyle, Sinead Clare
Dunlop, Ruth

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Farid, Shaaz
Farrell, Cillian
Fogarty, Eoghan Michael
Fuller, Amy
Gabony, Alexander James
Gai, Yu
Galley, Luke
Garima
Georgiev, Tsvetomir
Ghoorbin, Yashil Sanyam
Gibbs, Elliot James
Gillespie, James
Gleeson, Cormac
Goel, Kanchan
Goel, Mohit
Goh, Shirley Hseuh Li
Gong, Yifei
Goparaju, Venkata Yagneswara Hanumantha Kumara Datta
Gregson, Jonathan
Haider, Syed Muhammed Imran
Harbhajan, Baveshan Nandhlal
Hart, Megan
Hati-Kakoty, Neil
Hawkshaw, Noelle
Hedger, Adam
Hibbert, Charles Ernest
Hoon, Wei Li

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jagnani, Shirish
Jefferies, Justine Alysa
Joyce, Denise
Kanyinda, Audric
Kaul, Jayant Narayan
Kelly, Ellen
Kelly, Frank
Khan, Zabeer
Khurana, Sarika
Kirkwood, Jessica
Kooverjee, Darshana
Kumar, Tarun
Latter, Lawrence Edward
Lee, Kin Wee
Liew, Dylan
Locherty, Jason
Lowe, Justine
MacRory, Grainne Mary
Maistry, Naran
Mathenge, Miriam Wangeci
Matthews, Ellen Rose
Matthews, Joshua Jamie
McAleese, Daniel
McCarron, Emma Michaela
McCay, Gavin
McFarland, Ciaran
McLean, Robert Edward
McMaster, Niall Patrick
McNulty, Evelyn
Milne, Cameron Floyd
Moorhead, Erin Grace
Morris, Daniel
Morrison, Fiona Margaret
Mudzinganyama, Kevin
Multani, Ajay
Murphy, Daniel
Murray, Christopher Aidan
Mwangasha, Kio Ruth
Neville, Andrew David
Ng, Shi Min
Ngwira, Bernard Chiwiya
Norton, Ellen Clare

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Keeffe, Martin Christopher
Olsson, Tobias David
Ong, Denis
O'Rourke, Kevin
Parker, Zoe
Partington, Jordan
Patel, Riti
Pattullo, Louise Catherine
Pei, Xu
Pitts, Orry
Pupashenko, Mischa
Purcell, David William
Pyke, Dean
Quigley, Margaret Ellen
Quigley, Rochelle
Quinn, Niall
Raniwala, Reet Atul
Robertson, Craig
Sadana, Uday
Salehi, Kia Edward
Salerno, Nicholas James Joseph
Sanchez-Loureda, Juan Alfonso
Seet, Yuen Chee Angeline
Sejpal, Mithil
Sepang, Adidarma
Shah, Priyan
Shah, Shilpan
Sheahan, Carol
Sheppard, Niall Keith
Sherwood, Charlotte Christina
Shirazi, Conal
Simpson, Alexander John
Singh, Amitoj
Slann, Alex Housden
Smit, Gareth
Smith, Alison Catherine
Smyth, Sophie
Soh, Jien Hooi
Soh, Yi Cong
Solomons, Benjamin Jack
Speight, Mark Richard
Sweeney, Ruairi

 

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Thatcher, Elizabeth
Thompson, Gabrielle
Tirmizi, Syed Aanzah Aftab Hussain
Tobin, James
Treacy, Sean Patrick
Verduyn, James Willem
Walsh, Alison Kate
Walton, Jack
Wandanje, Onyango Cyril
Wang, Ximu
Wang, Zhaoxin
Wentford, Alexander
Wilson, Richard
Woods, Alasdair
Woon, Kun Khim
Yap, Jen Ming
Yetman, Joshua James
Zhang, Jiahao

Subject SA3: General Insurance

The pass mark for Subject SA3 was 61

Three hundred and forty-one presented themselves and ninety-nine passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Allen, Stephen Michael Benjamin
Andvig, Rachel Anne
Baldwin, Olive
Barr, James
Bewley, Elliott Sean
Blaszczuk, Dorota
Brindley, Charlotte
Britten, Rolf Edward
Burnham, Samuel Thomas
Campbell, Nicholas James Doel
Carey, Giles Sebastian
Carroll, Ayeisha Blade
Cassidy, Gillian Helen
Chandriotis, Christoforos
Chee, Aili
Cheu, Teck Leo
Chia, Victoria Meng Kim
Cinderey, Edward
Cohen, Luke Wenlock
Dodd, Robyn
Dolan, Joanna
Durno, Samuel Harry
Dyer, Lisa-Marie

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Fazackerley, Chloe Ellen Borderick
Forde, Cillian
Franklin, Jack Henry
Gaby, Benjamin Charles
Gami, Janak
Glendinning, Louise Alexandria Soo-Ling
Govier, Michael
Goyal, Akshay
Harrison, James Richard
Heavey, Sinead Aine
Hewson, Paul
Hild, Alexander
Hogan, Joanne
Holroyd, George Andrew James
Honschova, Erika
Ip, Kirsty

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jarvis, Samuel
Jutla, Tejpal Singh
Karakurt, Hazal
Kearns, Bronagh Marie
Khan, Bilal
King, Daniel
Liao, Vincent Song-Yi
Loscombe, Duncan
Lovat, Aron
Mackin, Carol Bernadette
Mandonga, Gamuchirai
Marques De Sousa, Ricardo
Martin, Jordan
Matthews, Lewis Simon
Matthews, Michael
Mehta, Parit
Menlove, Joseph Michael
Miu, Marvin
Modi, Khushil
Morgan, Thomas
Morris, Sophie
Nash, Danielle
Neminathan, Melinda

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Olympios, Socrates
Ong, Su Ching
Ong, Wei Chang
Pac Soo, Lisa
Palopoli, Meghan Ila
Parekh, Shriya Sanjay
Pender, Dominic
Pepys, Rosemary
Phelan, Jessica Natalie
Quigley, Jill
Rajasekar, Usenthini
Reynolds, Theodore
Roman, Jonathan Peter
Ross, Madeline Maria Munro
Rozokova, Lenka
Sanghera, Jeavonjit Singh
Sehra, Amandeep Singh
Shah, Dipti
Sheridan, Gary
Sikora, Daniel Adam
Stefanazzi, Robert
Sun, Ying

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tabor, Susanna Clare
Talwar, Deepanjali
Teo, Wee Ern
Theodosiou, Antri
Tidman, Aimi
Tiwary, Utsav
Towers, Jonathan
Tunnard, Richard
Vijayakumaraguru, Varsini
Wong, Dick Hang
Wong, Wai Kae
Wozniak, Kristina
Xie, Chengran
Yung, Chi Sun
Zhawu, Zvikomborero

Subject SA4: Pensions and other Benefits

The pass mark for Subject SA4 was 57

Two hundred and four presented themselves and fifty-six passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Alam, Tanveer
Basith, Abdul
Bhatt, Amit
Boardley, Jonathan
Boxer, Chevonne
Brittain, Alicia
Burton, Benjamin Joseph
Chambers, Aine
Dhutia, Tejal Jawahar
Drysdale, Liam

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Ellis, Gemma Louise
Foster, Frances Jane
Ghai, Shanu
Gibson, Jennifer Mary Lovejoy
Godley, Alistair
Goldberg, Esther
Grundey, Philip John
Harris, Lucie
Harris, William
Harvie-Jones, Amy Catherine
Hearnden, Alice Michelle
Horner, Jessica Louise

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jaffray, Fiona Emily
Jefferis, Amber
Kang, Inderveer Singh
Kieselack, Simon Nicholas
Kverndal, Thomas Eri
Lewington, Daniel
Leyland, Thomas Alan
Luddy, Jessica Mary
Lyon, Max Michael
Macara, Kirsty
MacDonald-Taylor, Alexander
Mahtani, Jennifer Jackie
Mandal, Kiran
Mc Carthy, Julia
Mulligan, Craig

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oakley, Alexander Ian
Peiris, Ashara
Percival, Donna
Perkio, Linda
Powell, John
Prashar, Kulranjan
Rai, Karanjeet
Rocke, Jamie
Rundle, Samantha
Siddique, Aisha
Smith, Robyn Michelle
Stobbart, Alexander James Roger

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tang, Huiyao
Tink, Robert James
Trofimov, Sergey
Uddin, Shemene
Warbuton, Samuel Mark
Young, David
Zhao, Qiyue

Subject SA7: Investment and Finance

The pass mark for Subject SA7 was 61

Seventy-eight presented themselves and thirty-nine passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Aiken, Stephen
Archer, Oscar William
Bassett, Adam
Bora, Mahesh
Bradley, Shaun Christopher
Bryant, Daniel
Buwanabala, Jason
Cahill, Sean
Chung, Ming Kwong
Colvin, Matthew
Coyle, Matthew Con Terence

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Fuszard, Mark
Galt, Alice Elizabeth
Giles, Zac Joseph Elkington
Gupta, Vinay

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Johnson, Kirsty
Karagoz, Joseph
Krukowski, Maurycy
Kumar, Akanksha
Kuperan, Premanjali
Li, Michael Lingzhi
McGree, Daniel
McMullan, Anna
Morgan, Brent Derek
Morrison, Darren
Munn, Graeme
Nicol, Shaun

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Quant, Alexander
Rastogi, Abhishek
Richards, Luke Toby William
Robinson, Andrew Clive
Shah, Meera Mayank
Sinnett, Matthew John
Siu, Stephen Chung Yin
Suresh Babu, Gowri Thanuja

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Van Der Spuy, Julian Werner
Wang, Zhaoxi
Wilson, Aaron Michael
Zunguze, Tamella

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
4 July 2019

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