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The most difficult part of my life was when my father left us when I was still young. My mother had no money and no job. This family condition stressed me a lot in my studies. What I learned from that is to work hard at school so that I will be able to help my mother and my siblings. I want to be an electrical engineer. I have to study hard and take PCM, which means physics, chemistry, and mathematics. I felt proud when I was accepted at a secondary school for girls and then received a scholarship from TSF. It helped me very much. I was happy when my form 4 national examination results were very good. Two years from now I want to have finished my advanced level education and passed with flying colors.

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Dorcas's Funding history

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2018 Form 6
2017 Form 5
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2015 Form 3

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Hello Dorcas!

Congratulations on passing your end of term exams, and I hope this year is moving ahead smoothly.

What is your favorite topic? If you could choose a subject to have more time to study what would it be?

Here is a view of the train that I am taking tonight for a week in the north of the United States to a city named Seattle, I am going to visit friends.

This train has a name; "The Coast Starlight".
Until next time and with my best wishes,
Karen
Elw madam Judy,
How are you doing madam?i'm so grateful for your trip to Tanzania because you have done something so wonderful. Thank you so much and what i promise to you is studying hard in order to get division one.
Thank you so much..
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