Letters from Nischal to Inventure Academy’s faculty:
“Dear Nooraine Ma’am and Mallika Ma’am,
I wanted to let you know that I took my SAT on November 3rd and have just received my results. I scored a 2400 (full marks). I am thrilled, and so are my parents. I wanted to thank you both and all my teachers for my integral years at Inventure.
“Dear Sowmya Ma’am,
A special thanks to you for all the English help you gave me. English was by far the toughest section of the SAT and without your grilling us every day of English Literature and Language class, I probably wouldn’t have achieved a perfect score.
That’s a fantastic result. Proud of you. With your focus and determination its all possible.
Nischal Nadhumni has done us proud …
From the Times of India, Bangalore: Sixteen-year-old Nischal Nadhamuni’s achievement is breathtakingly awesome: a SAT score of 2,400 out of 2,400 in his first attempt. This Bangalore boy is perhaps one of the few worldwide to have scored cent pent in the test. SAT (earlier Scholastic Aptitude Test but now an empty acronym) is the most widely used college admission test in the US. Designed “to assess a student’s academic readiness for college”, the four-hour test consists of three components: mathematics, critical reading, and writing.
Nischal maximized opportunities for learning at Inventure academy…
Inventure Academy presents a myriad of opportunities for excellence in all areas through a holistic approach in which academics, sports and extracurricular activities are given equal weightage. Nischal Nadhamuni is a shining example of a student who has taken full advantage of all that Inventure Academy has on offer.
A score of 2400 in his first attempt at the SAT is the epitome of excellence that he always strived towards at Inventure Academy. He was a hardworking and devoted student, athlete and student leader.
(Pic: House Leader swearing in ceremony)
Nischal’s teachers recall instances when he would carry his textbooks diligently to tournaments where he competed at top levels either in Tennis or Football. He was the Vice Captain of the Inventors House, took active part at Bangalore Mock UN (MUN) and the Harvard MUN. He was adjudged the best delegate at the Bangalore MUN 2010. He also participated in the Intel Business Plan Competition.
“I have taught Nischal for a year and what impressed me about him was his commitment and focus. He worked on the feedback provided in class and was quick to assimilate ideas and strategies. What characterized him was his drive to succeed and excel. It is not surprising that he did so well in his SATs and I am sure this will be one of the many academic accolades that he will garner in the years to come. Wishing him the very best for the future.”, said Sowmya Narayan Ramesh, Head of Department – English, 2012.
(Pic: Graduation Day ceremony (top) L-R 13th Student)