The teenage girl who went straight from her burning home to sit her chemistry GSCE has found out her result.
Ines Alves was living in Grenfell tower with her parents and brother, when the fire took hold of the building.
Luckily she and her family were able to escape the flames but saw their home destroyed.
In spite of her traumatic experience, Ines decided she still wanted to sit her exam that same day and went into school as firefighters continued to tackle the blaze.
Today is the day teenagers across the UK discover how they did in their GCSEs and Ines bravely decided to find out how she fared in that chemistry exam on This Morning.
And it was good news, as she found out she had achieved an A in the subject.
The cool-as-a-cucumber teenager told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford that she is still finding it hard to understand why people have made such a big deal about her sitting her exam after escaping the blaze.
“I wasn’t expecting to get attention for just sitting a GCSE like everyone else did.
“At the time I just thought it was a normal thing
“It just goes to show that if you really want something you can always get it no matter what is going on around you.”
She also explained that she had decided to sit the exam because she thought “there was no point me carrying on watching the building burning so I just went in.”
Her proud brother Tiago who sat beside her on the show praised his sister: “She had been studying for that exam for such a long time.
“She just wanted to get it over and done with.
“I didn’t expect her to do it and told her she didn’t have to, but she really wanted to.
“I am really proud of her – I have no words for it.
“It seems very surreal even though I knew she was going to get it.
“Maths has been one of our strongest subjects family-wise.”
Ines, Tiago and their family, who owned their 13th floor flat, are currently living in a hotel and looking for a permanent home.