Note on Test Scores & Competition
To a Qabeelah pursuing excellence, high test scores are sacred—really, really sacred. Yet, as we newly venture into the AlMaghrib world, we’re aware that you may not be equipped with the experience and confidence to ace the upcoming exam. Should that dampen your spirits and discourage you from trying your hardest?
Most definitely not! Where we lack in numbers and years, we take pride in a history of record-shattering; yes, record-shattering, and we have the promo event pictures and registration numbers to prove it. After all, Minnesota’s Q. Madinatayn has always demanded the best from her students and we continue to demand the best of ourselves, for Allah described the believers in the Quran:
“They are those who hasten to do righteous deeds, and they compete therein…” [Surat Al-Mu’minoon, 23:61]
You’ve excelled in your contribution to our AlMaghrib community so far—registering for Love Notes, paying the complete $85, committing a full weekend for your Islamic education, battling your nagging doubts and your almost-never-ending excuses—think you’re capable of more? This is our last call for the Love Notes exam:
Students of Qabeelat Madinatayn—this one’s for you—study hard, have tawakkul (reliance in Allah) and say bismillah as (this Sunday) you unleash your stable of knowledge…
Let our test scores be a proof of our intellect and a shining light to further bolster the height of our glory. Isn’t it time those around us hear of the new Qabeelah in town?
This is Qabeelat Madinatayn, and on Sunday, January 9 from 9am to 9pm, we write a new chapter of our milestones and acheivements, bi’ithnillah.
May Allah grant us success in our texts, in this life and the next. Ameen.
Barak Allahu Feekum,
Q. Madinatayn Volunteer