WASHINGTON – Marium Raza, an American Muslim junior student at Redmond High School in Western Washington, has achieved perfect score on the SAT, offering an inspiration to Muslim students worldwide, LUB Pak reported.
The young American Muslim is the daughter of Pakistani immigrants who settled in US years ago.
The achievement makes her one of the few students, less than 0.01%, worldwide who achieve a perfect score.
Marium is interested in genetics and human health, and wants to major in something along those lines.
She also wants to make future studies about anthropology and the social and ethical aspects of biology.
The young girl’s achievements were not limited to high school grades.
She has volunteered at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle, since last September where she ran the concierge cart.
Her role in hospital was to deliver items that patients may need in their hospital stay, such as cell phone chargers, DVD players, books, magazines, etc.
She is also a member of a club about Speech and Debate where she has been participating in tournaments since 9th grade.
Aside from that, she is an officer of Knowledge Bowl club, and is also part of UNICEF, Model UN, and Science Olympiad. Along with these clubs, she began contributing to the Blaze Newspaper this year.
Marium is also involved with the local mosque and community center and as a Sunday school teacher where she teaches Qur’an for children ages 9 – 12.