- A video revealing a Nigerian student’s abysmal performance in the WASSCE exams has shocked netizens
- Discussions ensued about the possible causes behind the student’s failure in key subjects such as Mathematics and English
- The student scored F9 in eight subjects, including Civic Education, Chemistry, Biology, Government, Literature in English, and Christian Religious Studies, while managing to obtain a D in Economics
A video circulating on social media has revealed a student’s disappointing performance in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) examinations.
With F9 grades in important subjects like Mathematics and English, concerns have been raised about the student’s academic abilities and the factors contributing to such a low achievement.
Nigerian boy fails WAEC exams
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Student’s poor performance in WASSCE exams sparks worry
In addition to Mathematics and English, the student also received F9 grades in Civic Education, Chemistry, Biology, Government, Literature in English, and Christian Religious Studies.
The breadth of failure has further intensified the discussions surrounding the student’s performance and the potential reasons behind it.
As the video gained traction on social media, people have been speculating about the possible causes behind the student’s poor performance.
Reactions trail student’s poor performance in WASSCE exams
The widespread attention garnered by the student’s performance has prompted discussions.
“Record breaking result. What could be the cause of such bad result.”
“Now that you’ve printed it out, what are you going to do with it?”
“Make the owner of this result go learn handwork abeg.”
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“There can’t be a result worse than this.”
“The person try for economics now.”
@kelvin gream reacted:
“You get mind print am out, they suppose pursue you comot for the family.”
“Him no see m well for de computer screen ,so maybe when him print m out e go change.”
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Man who cleared WAEC spends 19 years in university over missing result
Meanwhile, THETALK.NG previously reported that Balogun Olujide, a 63-year-old rat poison seller at the BRT bus terminal in Oshodi, Lagos, has finally graduated from the Lagos State University (LASU) after 19 years of studentship at the institution.
Olujide, who gained admission into LASU in 2004 for a four-year degree programme in History and International Studies, could not graduate on time due to a case of missing results that took a long time to resolve, Tribune reports. Olujide’s academic journey started in 1993 when he cleared his WAEC in secondary school.
He then proceeded to LASU for a diploma course in Philosophy in 1998, which he completed in two years. He was admitted to the History and International Studies department as a Direct Entry student in the 2004/2005 academic session.