This TV video from Britain says about itself:
16 June 2017
16-year-old Ines Alves and her brother Tiago lived on the 13th floor of Grenfell Tower. They both ended up running for lives on the night of the fire, but the very next morning, Ines went back to school to sit her chemistry GCSE exam. They share their story.
Friday 25th August 2017
A TEENAGER who escaped from Grenfell Tower and sat her chemistry GCSE the next morning was awarded an A grade yesterday.
Ines Alves, who lived with her family on the 13th floor, fled the fire in the middle of the night with just her mobile phone and chemistry notes before sitting the exam at 9am still wearing the same clothes.
The 16-year-old also scored the highest possible grades in maths — a 9 which is equivalent to an A* under the old system — and A* in Spanish.
Sacred Heart High School head teacher Marian Doyle called her results “fantastic.”
“It must have been so hard for her to actually come in and do that and try to blot out the scenes of what she had seen,” she said.
The student said that at first she thought the fire was “nothing major” and had just wanted to sit the paper, adding: “There was no point me carrying on watching the building burning so I just went in.”
Asked what she remembered from the night, she said: “The whole thing. The screaming, people screaming, begging for help.”