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Toronto student earns 100 per cent average

What’s David Marrello’s secret to success?


 

A Toronto high school student has earned a 100 per cent average in his high school courses, reports the Toronto Star.

David Marrello says his academic success is the result of constantly asking questions and being a perfectionist. He also makes time for extracurricular activities, including watching the famous quick show Jeopardy, playing the piano and heading up The Bishop Allen School’s Reach for the Top team.

Although he had his pick of schools, he chose to enroll close to home at York University’s Schulich School of Business. He will, of course, be attending for free thanks to a four-year scholarship.


 

Toronto student earns 100 per cent average

  1. Guy gets a 100% average but he is dumb enough to go to York?

  2. Wow he gets 100% and goes to business school? What a waste… Clearly someone is motivated by greed instead of interest. Sad.