“I would like to study mathematics at the university, in order to be a teacher for this subject,” said student Fatima Saleh Salem Al-Shaamli, from Maria Al-Qibtia Secondary School for Girls in Dubai, which achieved first place at the state level in the general track, adding that “virtual education” It gave her plenty of time to study and review her lessons well.
She confirmed that she was overjoyed when she learned of her superiority through a tweet by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Twitter.
She thanked her parents and teachers for their unlimited support.
She explained that the virtual education system saved a great deal of effort and time for students, as the student no longer spends more than three hours almost daily going to and from school, noting that she was always communicating with her teachers to inquire about anything in the study subjects, which she could not understand. alone.