Love Islanders’ surprising exam results – including star who scooped three As at A-Level

As A-level results day arrives once again, it can be a day of dread for many pupils as they anxiously await their results which determine whether they’ve secured a place at university.

But as nerve wracking as the day can be, it’s important for them to remember they're not alone – even some of our favourite celebrities have been through similar situations, with their GCSEs, A-levels or even university degrees.

For anyone watching Love Island over the years, the things the villa’s inhabitants have said have provided many a laugh, with viewers sometimes casting doubt on their intelligence.

Yet many Love Islanders have brains as well as beauty and their exam results certainly prove it…

Jess and Eve Gale

Winter Love Island twins, Jess and Eve Gale caused a stir when they rocked up in the South African villa with their platinum blonde locks and false eyelashes.

However, the pair were not happy with the boys for insinuating that they were “stupid” because of their looks.

"We're a lot smarter than people give us credit for," said Jess. While Eve added: "Yeah, we basically got all A's in our GCSE's".

The sisters both went to top universities and achieved some impressive A-stars and As at GCSE and A-level.

Eve studied geography at King’s College London, while Jess did psychology at University College London.

Some of the nasty comments on social media got so bad that their dad, Brian, started defending his daughters.

Hitting back at the trolls, he tweeted: "‘Love Island. Eve and Jess. For the doubters. It is possible to be a girl, look really good, wear make-up, dye your hair blonde and still go to a good university."

Dr Alex George

Some viewers were stunned in 2018 when hunky Dr Alex entered the villa.

After failing to find love on the show, Alex headed straight back to work in hospital and has been posting educational health videos on social media.

Dr Alex actually failed to get the grades he needed on results day, proving that there are plenty of other options if you miss out first time.

Sharing an encouraging message on Instagram, he previously wrote: "Good luck to everyone getting their results today!!

"Ten years ago I missed out on my place at medical school by 2 marks in chemistry and had to take a year out.

"It felt like the end of the world at the time but 6 years later I graduated with a distinction and got my dream job in London. Never give up and dream bit."

Dr Alex got a place at Exeter University which has a five-year accredited Medicine degree course.

To get accepted, successful candidates must have a minimum of three As at A level – although most typical offers are made to people with one A* and two As in academic subjects.

Hayley Hughes

Hayley got a particularly bad reputation in the villa after demonstrating her lack of geography and politics skills.

Most famously, the Liverpudlian model gotslated for her vapid knowledge of Brexit- believing it meant cutting down all the trees and moaning it would be harder to go on her holidays.

She also got confused about an earlobe and claimed not to know what 'superficial' meant.

But a pal unmasked Hayley as a secret cleverclogs, revealing she'd actually scored three Bs at A level and studied Childhood and Youth Studies at Liverpool Hope University before dropping out to be an actress.

"She's definitely not that stupid. I can't believe no one else has said anything," said the friend, who claims she bagged her Bs in ICT, Science and Health and Social Care at John Bosco Arts College in Liverpool.

"She did really well in her A Levels and GCSEs. She managed to get the grades to do that course, but she dropped out to pursue an acting career."

Michael Griffiths

During his time in the villa Michael spoke about his degree in Biomedical Sciences, which he did at Liverpool John Moores University.

To get onto the course, which is either three years or four if the student decides to add a sandwich placement year, you need 112 UCAS points.

An A gets you 48 points, a B 40, a C 32 and a D is worth 24.

This means Michael could have got an ABB, BBB, AAC, or any other combination that adds up to that all important number.

Eva Zapico

Winter Love Island star Eva didn't last long in the main villa after she made that bombshell return with Naz.

Eva, who is still with Naz, worked in recruitment after graduating from a Business Management degree at the University of Nottingham.

She did very well in her A Level exams – getting an A in Psychology, Bs in Economics and French and A* in her Extended Project Qualification.

Camilla Thurlow

Camilla is probably one of the island's smartest ever contestants to enter the Love Island villa.

Camilla boasts a very impressive three As in her A-levels, proving she has brains and beauty.

She also got nine A* GCSEs and a First Class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University.

Yewande Biala

The 2019 Love Island stars got a shock when they found out a scientist was amongst them.

While she hasn't revealed her exact A-level grades, Yewande did do well enough to earn a place at Athlone Institute of Technology, leaving with a first class honours degree in Biotechnology.

Posting a photo to celebrate her graduation, she wrote: "I'm not going to say it was easy cause that would be one hell of a lie but I did it!

"And I couldn't have done it without the support and continuous words of encouragements from my family and friends so this ones for us. First class Honours in Biotechnology."

Scott Thomas

Scott Thomas' results kept getting brought up in the villa thanks to Kady McDermott.

Kady made a big deal of his school success on Love Island, claiming he thought he was smarter than her.

She was always muttering about his "three A levels" whenever she talked about him to the other Islanders.

And he did well in his GCSEs too, telling his Twitter followers in 2016: "Good luck with ur GCSE's peeps! I got 4 A* 5 A's and ended up throwing parties for a living and on Love Island! Who would have thought ey?"

Molly-Mae Hague

It isn’t just A-levels that can be a daunting time either, as receiving GCSE results can be just as nerve wracking – something Molly-Mae Hague knows all about.

The proud mum of one, scored big with her GCSEs when she bagged an A in English and an A* in sociology before ditching college and any plans plans for further study to launch her online career.

Tommy Fury

Unlike several of his co-stars, Tommy Fury had an entirely different experience with education.

The series five runner-up famously dropped out of school when he was in year nine and left without a single qualification to his name.

Yet despite having no formal qualifications, Tommy hasn’t let it hold him back as he has embarked on a successful career as a pro-boxer, while also taking on the challenge of fatherhood after welcoming a beautiful baby girl with Molly-Mae in January 2023.

Aaron Francis

Another academically gifted star is season 7 hunk Aaron Francis, who actually did so well in his own GCSE exams that he went on to tutor other students in GCSE Maths to help lift their grades!

At A-level he studied Economics, Maths and Art, before bagging himself a place on the International Relations and Politics course at the University of Birmingham.

Although his grades were never publicly announced, the typical entrance requirement for the course is AAB, meaning he must’ve been somewhere in this region to have secured a place.

Hugo Hammond

One person who knows all about exam worries, is PE teacher Hugo Hammond, who aside from appearing on Love Island has been helping teens through the stress of GCSE and A-level exams since he qualified.

Having studied at Oxford Brookes University, Hugo would have needed BCC in his A-levels to get onto a teaching course, meaning he had to have scored at least that to confirm his place.

Before going into the villa, Hugo spoke about the students he helped with their A-levels watching him in the villa.

"My older ones finished at half term with their GCSEs and BTECs and A-levels and I haven’t seen them for a month or so, but I imagine they will be very shocked seeing their PE teacher on TV in the evenings," he said.

"Hopefully, they will be supportive and back me all the way."

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