The Emirates Foundation for School Education revealed that the general success rate in public and private schools that follow the curriculum of the Ministry of Education is approximately 91%.
And she stated that 12th grade students in public and private schools that apply the Ministry’s curriculum, achieved advanced results in the end-of-school exam 2020/2021, where 28,220 students in public and private schools took the final exam for class students.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, through a series of tweets, congratulated the first seven students at the state level, who are: Hind Muhammad Hassan Abdullah Al-Janahi, Government Education – Elite Track, from Al Salam Secondary School Girls, Raghad Muayyad Asaad Danawi, government education – the advanced track, Qatar Al Nada School, and Fatima Saleh Salem Al Shaamli, government education – the general track, Maria Al Qibtia School for Secondary Education for Girls, and Abdul Rahman Walid Rashid Al Sharhan Al Nuaimi, government education – the elite track, High School of Applied Technology – Ras Al Khaimah for boys and Mira Ali Saleh Al Sweileh Al Zaabi, Governmental Education – Advanced Technical Track, High School of Applied Technology Falaj Al Mualla – Girls, Sheikha Muhammad Sultan Ahmed, Special Education – General Track, Al Hikma Private School, and Rahaf Mushtaq Jabbar Al Dulaimi, Special Education – Advanced Track, Vision Private School, wishing them success in their upcoming educational journey in the higher education sector.
Approximately 19,956 male and female students took the general secondary examination in government schools, and the general success rate was approximately 88 percent, and the success rate of students in the elite and advanced tracks was 100 percent, and in the general track about 84 percent, and the success rate in the applied track was 77 percent.
In detail, the 146 students of the elite track, which is applied exclusively in government schools, achieved a success rate of 100%, as 33% of them obtained a grade of (A+), 58% of them obtained a grade of (A), and a low percentage of a grade of (B+). The elite from above are (A+), (A), (B+) and (C+).
As for the 11,400 students of the advanced track for 12 students in public and private schools that apply the Ministry’s curriculum, their success rate is 100%, 44% of them have a grade of (A), 40% of them have a grade (B+), and 15% of them have a grade. (B) and 1% of them obtained a grade (C+) at an acceptable level. It is noteworthy that the general track grades from the top are as follows: (A), (B+), (B), (C) and (F) – less than 60 percent.
With regard to students in private schools that implement the Ministry of Education curriculum, the general success rate is approximately 96 percent for a total of 8,255 students. The success rate in the general track is approximately 88 percent, and the applicant is 100 percent.