Distinctions for Level 1 Grading
Dearling (Wimbledon); Shezad Hasan (Addington Village); Jonathan
the 15th September 2002, approximately 45 students in London entered
their first grading after 6 months of intensive MAI Wing Chun training.
examination was a very formal affair, each student was allocated
a time slot to attend at the Wimbledon Club. Master Tang (chief
instructor) presided as examiner, usually senior or head instructors
assess level 1. In this case, markings were tougher with a pass
or fail grade.
students, Shezad Hasan (Top distinction), Jonathan Blackburne,
Scot Dearling attained 'Distinction' - accumulated a minimum
of 10 A's or A-'s each - Congratulations to these Addington Village
club students for winning the highest standard. Hope you guys will
continue to set the high standard for everyone to aspire to.
were examined under very strict conditions, markings were as follows:
A- very good
students had to perform the 12 exercises of the level 1 syllabus,
demonstrating technical ability and understanding of each techniques
and it's terminology. In addition, students had to exhibit the martial
etiquette which includes respect, confidence, full uniform and physical
and mental control.