Scots PGC College graduate and 2015 dux Giorgia Brennan scored highly with an OP 2 for her end of school results. Photo Contributed
Scots PGC College graduate and 2015 dux Giorgia Brennan scored highly with an OP 2 for her end of school results. Photo Contributed Judi Haidley

Scots College dux tops OP scores

THE wait is finally over for Queensland students who received their OP results Friday night.

For Scots PGC College dux Giorgia Brennan, a high score was just the icing on the cake before she goes to university to study architecture next year.

"I got an OP 2 and I was really happy with that," she said.

"I wasn't really anxious, I was pretty chilled and hadn't thought about it too much but there was definitely a lot of encouragement through school to do well."

Also a keen athlete, Giorgia said she balanced out her subjects - maths B, geography, biology, accounting and English - with plenty of sport through the year.

"I did netball, touch and rugby sevens through the year - I definitely had to do something else than just study," she said.

"I guess I'm pretty competitive and I've had a very supportive family but I wasn't expecting the 2.

Giorgia said Warwick had a good pool of students, which made the competition tough.

"We've had a lot of good results, lots of below-fives with my friends," she said.

"I suppose the OP results are a bit daunting but it's pretty competitive at Scots so for some people I suppose that gives them a bit of determination.

"It's only a year; it's a quick year, it goes pretty quickly so you just have to put in 100% effort while you're there."



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