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At the age of 16, Sami enters the university

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Sami Damoizet-El Hamli has just returned to Staps Toulouse at Paul-Sabatier University. At the age of only 16, Lotois was revealed as a student of very high potential.

At the age of 16, Sami enters the university

At the age of 16, his classmates are still in high school and trying to take early school leaving exams. Sami Damoizet-El Hamli, just joined the university benches. However, there was nothing to prevent Lotois from Caillac near Cahors from returning to college so soon. Because the grades on his report card are correct, but not excellent. “I didn’t have to have very good grades, in fact the fact that I was gifted above all helped me. Gifted because I did the bare minimum, I’m not going to lie, I never stepped foot and I was doing pretty well,” admits the student. In CE1, his teacher discovers potential and offers his parents to force him to skip class. “At the time I didn’t understand what it entailed, but my mother pushed me forward, explaining that I had skills that I could use and that otherwise I risked being bored in class,” says Lotois. What law. Psychiatrists speak of a child with very high potential.

No offense to his parents and teachers, Sami averages around 16 at Saint-Etienne college in Cahors, without forcing it. “It was important for me to have time to invest in decision-making,” emphasizes Sami. Because in his free time, the young man is a football league referee. Definitely precocious, he even got his first referee’s license in 2013 as a “very young apprentice district referee Lot”.

No more room and board with mom and dad

At Lycée Clément-Marot, always using the same method, he posted an average of 14 and graduated with honors last June. “I knew from the beginning of high school that I wanted to work in the world of sports, I made two wishes at Parcoursup: Staps (Sciences and Techniques of Physical and Sporting Activities) from Toulouse and Brive,” he explains. Sami is admitted to two universities, he chooses Paul-Sabatier University of Toulouse.

This is how he finds himself on the university benches as a 16-year-old since last Monday. “I was born in November and I’ve always had an age gap with my friends who are between 18 and 21,” he notes. No more room and board with mom and dad. The Lotois discovered the Rangueil university studio and the art of “do-it-yourself”: “I change my life, I prepare food, I do cleaning, I shop…”.

A few days before the start of the school year, Sami is worried: “I imagined that the university would be very big, I was afraid that I would get lost”. And then, on Monday, the university was very big, but he didn’t get lost. “I felt in my place,” he slips. Sami is sure: he wants to become a referee. And at least we can say that he is on the right track.

At the age of 16, his classmates are still in high school and trying to take early school leaving exams. Sami Damoizet-El Hamli, just joined the university benches. However, there was nothing to prevent Lotois from Caillac near Cahors from returning to college so soon. Because the grades on his report card are correct, but not excellent. “I didn’t have to have very good grades, in fact the fact that I was gifted above all helped me. Gifted because I did the bare minimum, I’m not going to lie, I never stepped foot and I was doing pretty well,” admits the student. In CE1, his teacher discovers potential and offers his parents to force him to skip class. “At the time I didn’t understand what it entailed, but my mother pushed me forward, explaining that I had skills that I could use and that otherwise I risked being bored in class,” says Lotois. What law. Psychiatrists speak of a child with very high potential.

No offense to his parents and teachers, Sami averages around 16 at Saint-Etienne college in Cahors, without forcing it. “It was important for me to have time to invest in decision-making,” emphasizes Sami. Because in his free time, the young man is a football league referee. Definitely precocious, he even got his first referee’s license in 2013 as a “very young apprentice district referee Lot”.

No more room and board with mom and dad

At Lycée Clément-Marot, always using the same method, he posted an average of 14 and graduated with honors last June. “I knew from the beginning of high school that I wanted to work in the world of sports, I made two wishes at Parcoursup: Staps (Sciences and Techniques of Physical and Sporting Activities) from Toulouse and Brive,” he explains. Sami is admitted to two universities, he chooses Paul-Sabatier University of Toulouse.

This is how he finds himself on the university benches as a 16-year-old since last Monday. “I was born in November and I’ve always had an age gap with my friends who are between 18 and 21,” he notes. No more room and board with mom and dad. The Lotois discovered the Rangueil university studio and the art of “do-it-yourself”: “I change my life, I prepare food, I do cleaning, I shop…”.

A few days before the start of the school year, Sami is worried: “I imagined that the university would be very big, I was afraid that I would get lost”. And then, on Monday, the university was very big, but he didn’t get lost. “I felt in my place,” he slips. Sami is sure: he wants to become a referee. And at least we can say that he is on the right track.

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