Students against the system. Is that any way to run a school, or a college for that matter? 16-year-old Inaya Moin is on her second round to challenge O Levels and come away with a set of A* grades. Her younger brother Jasir, at age 13, is facing the classic Pakistani dilemma: Matric or O Levels? It doesn’t get any better for someone who is past these two stages, as we can see when Leena, the eldest child of the Moin family, barely gets into college and heads right back out again. Something has to break to make way for the students of Pakistan, and this time, it isn’t going to be the students.