Rowad Alkhaleej International Schools honor the superior student who joined Harvard University with the highest SAT score in KSA

Rowad Alkhaleej International Schools honor the superior student who joined Harvard University with the highest SAT score in KSA

superior student Fares Al-Youssef RAIS Dammam boys branch’s principal Mr. Eiadah Alonizi and the director Alan Hood awarded the superior student Fares Al-Youssef in grade 12 Dammam boys branch as he won the first place in SAT test across Saudi Arabia and as a result he was accepted in Harvard University which is one of the greatest world universities ever.

Al-Youssef expressed his unlimited happiness with this great achievement and he added “The school’s activities played a great role in joining Harvard, as I presented my role in recycling activity in my school”. The exam includes academic tests such as “SAT – TOEFL” and extra-curricular activities, admissions interviews, and personal essays.

The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions.

The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college, and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants

The higher score you get in SAT, the more scholarship chances will be available for you.

Rowad Alkhaleej International Schools congratulate the superior student, his family, school’s staff and everyone participated in this achievement. We wish our students more and more achievements in their upcoming steps.

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