Karnataka Student Sends Paper For Re-evaluation, Gets 100% But Tweeps Are Nervous AF

Mulla plans to take up the Science stream in Class 11 and is an IAS aspirant

Mohammed Kaif Mulla, who scored 624 out of 625, in the Karnataka Class 10 board exams was confident he couldn’t score anything less than the full marks. Soon after he received his results, he was announced the joint-topper of the state, but this would not satisfy Mulla who knew how well he had written his paper. Having lost a mark in his Science exam, he sent the paper for re-evaluation. Lo and behold, he got the perfect score, becoming the sole topper out of 13 lakh students.

Kaif told TwoCircles.net,

“After answering the papers, I confirmed all my written answers with my teachers, notebooks and model answer sheet. Fortunately, I found my all the answers were absolutely correct. Earlier, I got 624 (99.86%) marks but after re-evaluation, my result was as per my expectation.”

But Tweeps couldn’t seem to handle so much coolness in one person and they were clearly quite nervous.

What would Mulla do had he got 54%?

Maybe decrease another 5 for bad handwriting?

A few were even unable to hide the fact that they were jealous.

Jelly, bro?

Is the guy talking about himself?

Or ultra-confident geniuses. Same thing.

Mulla now plans to take up the Science stream in Class 11. Being an IAS aspirant, he wants to become a part of the policy-making framework, tackling the issue of child labour.

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