I failed my A-levels & worked in Domino's because I was broke – I’m now a millionaire and live the high-life, here’s how | The Sun

IT’S A-Level results day today which means students across the UK will be finding out what grades they got. 

The overall pass rate and proportion of top marks awarded dropped compared to the year before, according to the Office for Students. 

This was expected under a crackdown on grade inflation that still took into account disruption suffered by this year’s cohort in the Covid pandemic.

However, while it’s great if you received high grades, on the other hand it’s not all doom and gloom if you didn’t. 

And one bloke has revealed how he became a “millionaire” after failing his A-Levels.

In a video, Ecom Ajwad, 21, revealed that he was 18 years old when he failed his exams and the “teachers hated me.” 

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He then explained how he worked “broke at Domino's pizza” and so he “hustled hard.” 

Ecom then claims to have developed a “winning product.”

He claims that he invented the Pendop height increase insoles.

They are detachable insoles for daily use which increase your height by 4inches. 

He claims he has made £62k in sales, and is now running “five plus, six figure dropshipping stores.” 

He continues: “Always believed and had faith. Keep on striving, don't stop.”

Many people rushed to the comments section to congratulate him.

One wrote: “You were a star from the start then you believed in yourself, very well done to you sir.” 

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Another added: “Well done.. Hard work pays off.” 

A third said: “Love this!! Sometimes education isn’t fit (for) everyone… education doesn’t define you and you proved this.”

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