Two Emirati female students come up with a smart application to organize students’ time

Two Emirati female students have created an “application” to organize time and improve students’ quality of life, health and mindset so that they can study and take exams without worry or tension.

The student, Zainab Ali Al Bastaki, told “Emirates Today” that she completed the “application project” with her colleague Mira Hamid Al-Khoury, calling it the “virtual time organizer”, explaining that they were focusing on the project. address most of the student’s problems, especially fear of exams, lack of inclination to study certain subjects, fear of failure, difficulty understanding, academic delay, lack of social self-acceptance and inability to organize.

She stated that the “Virtual Time Organizer” project, which was supervised by the Deputy Academic Director of Maryam Bint Sultan School, Third Cycle Abu Dhabi, Asma Saeed Khadel, is a virtual assistant working with artificial intelligence and working on the organizing appointments, physical quality of life with food, mental exercise and psychological by reducing mental effort.

Al Bastaki pointed out that the program contributes to solving students’ problems through short videos, giving advice, determining the number of study hours and foods that increase concentration.

The two students took part in their project in the National Science, Technology and Innovation Festival, at Expo 2020 Dubai, and were able to reach the final stages of the festival competition.

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