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Around 90 students in Egypt took part in a science-focused Cambridge forum in April. The forum was designed to increase students’ confidence in their own ability to achieve.
The speakers, who came from different academic fields, shared their experience with students and showcased success stories. The students also took part in engaging workshops throughout the day. The event gave students skills and ideas that would support their education and learning journey both inside and outside the classroom.
Janet Morris, Director of International Network, and Waseem Al Hanbali, Regional Director, Middle East & North Africa, spoke at the forum on behalf of Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Dr David Martindill, Head of Science at a leading Singapore school and a Cambridge trainer, held a science workshop that focused on biology and included practical team projects. David Harrison, Development Manager at Cambridge, delivered a workshop on new resources to support study and exam preparation in the science subjects.
Rola Mohammed Imad, a Cambridge student from Summits International School in Egypt, said: 'I really enjoyed attending this event - especially the hands-on experience in the workshops and the sessions on study methods and what examiners are looking for.'