Sanae is a 17 years old student. She is a highschool senior and she aspires to become a doctor. In order to have a proper chance to getting into Med School college, she will need to get a total Baccalauréat score of 16/20 or more. Actually, Sanae comes from a low-income family in the outskirts of Ouedlaw (a village in north of Morocco). Yet, she's been very ambitious and hard working all her study years even if that meant studying alone at home after school with minimal financial support and no mentor or teacher to help. Well, that's precisely want we want to do. We are raising money to arrange for her a one-on-one study sessions with English, Maths and Physics teachers for a total period of one month (May). Each of the three teachers will study with her at home twice a week for the whole period for 400Dhs (~42$).
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Baccalaureat is a 2 year program in highschool where students pass a national and a regional exam of all their primary and secondary modules (respectively). Sanae is a highschool senior from a low-income family in the village of Ouadlaou. She strives to get into medical school next fall.
Teachers in Morocco are doing strikes and do not teach regularly in schools anymore.
She can't afford additional study sessions with teachers.
We can help her achieve her goal by paying for additional one-on-one sessions with teachers of specific modules for a one month, in order to prepare for the national exam (juin 2019).
She will have a fair chance at the national exam and can get a good mark to apply to medical school.