FOR Mark Okunda, scoring aggregate 9 that ranked him second best was not good enough.
â€œI expected a distinction one in all subjects,â€ he said. â€œBut I am not despairing, I am happy with what I got,â€ he added.
The former St. Josephâ€™s SSS Naggalama student said he wanted to study Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Aâ€™level. He wants to join Kings College Budo.
â€œI want to become a medical doctor. I have confidence in myself and I know I will make it,â€ he said.
Okunda, who scored aggregate 6 at Kitebi Primary School in 2004, attributed his success to his teachers.
â€œI always consulted them to explain what I did not understand. This helped me a lot,â€ he said.
The 19-year-old, also an ardent Arsenal supporter, was ecstatic as he knelt down to thank God for his success.
â€œIf Arsenal could win the next game against West Ham, I would have the best weekend,â€ he said. Unfortunately, his team drew 0-0.
Being second not good