The academic star is not the only young Moroccan to make waves with exam results this year.
Rabat – A 17-year-old Moroccan student hit the headlines after spectacularly obtaining her Baccalaureate Diploma in Denmark with the perfect score of 20 out of 20, astonishing the global community.
A video of Soumia Daoudi’s emotional reaction to her graduation grade went viral on Wednesday, June 26, 2019, depicting her family hugging her and congratulating her for her success.
The Daoudis, evidently proud of their daughter’s achievement, were offering her flowers, while the student could not hide the tears of delight streaming down her face.
Daoudi’s accomplishment was indeed great, as she managed to receive the highest score in Denmark for in literary studies.
The video, originally posted by her father, Batoul Daoudi, has circulated worldwide demonstrating how meaningful a success like this one is to a Moroccan family.
This is not the first time that a Moroccan student has thrived in the Literary Baccalaureate exams this year. Yassine Hebaz, 18, of Sale, obtained the best grade in Mathematical Sciences on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 scoring 19,40 out of 20.
Hebaz graduated from the El Yakada school. When asked about his future plans the young Moroccan said he hopes to “pursue his higher education in preparatory classes.”
According to the statistical information reported in Maghreb Arabe Presse (MAP) the passing rate in Morocco this year is 65.55%. The Ministry of Education highlighted that this indicates an 8.19% increase from last year’s rate.
This year 121,673 female students enrolled to take the exam.