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Mawhiba Foundation announces the passing of 2539 students to the preparation stages of the International Olympiad

Mawhiba Foundation announces the passing of 2539 students to the preparation stages of the International Olympiad

King Abdulaziz Foundation for Creativity “Mawhiba” announced that 2,539 students out of more than 24 thousand have passed the “Mawhiba 1” competition for the year 2023, and moved to the second phase of the “Mawhib 2” competition.

 

The competition was in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology.

 

Students are competing for the transfer to participate in the Mawhiba program for the International Olympiad, and to represent the Kingdom.

 

Those who pass the “Mawhabb 1” test will undergo training on an advanced training package in the specialization; In preparation for the talented 2 test for all competition disciplines.

 

The “Mawhiba 2” test will be held on October 18, and its results will be announced at the competition’s closing ceremony on the 31st of the same month, and its passers will be nominated to join the Mawhiba program for the International Olympiad (Winter Forum).

 

“Mawhiba” confirmed that the number of registered students in the “Mawhib 2023” competition reached (24) a thousand male and female students from the targeted classes from the five specializations, and various education departments in the Kingdom.

 

The “Mawhib” competition represents one of the most important channels of the Mawhiba Foundation, through which talented people are identified and identified for their care and motivation.

 

“Mawhiba” is an annual scientific competition, organized by the “Mawhiba” Foundation, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education; the competition targets students from the sixth grade to the third intermediate grade.

 

Registration in the competition is available for students of the sixth primary and first intermediate grades in the science and mathematics competition, and students of the second and third intermediate grades in the disciplines of chemistry, physics, and biology.

 

The Mawhib competition aims to discover outstanding students to enroll them in specialized training programs and qualify them to participate in international competitions and Olympiads.

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