- A photo of a Ghanaian woman’s WASSCE results has recently surfaced online which has caused a massive reaction among netizens
- The unidentified 25-year-old recent high school graduate pocketed six F9s, an E8 and a D7 and netizens were asked to help her figure out what to do next.
- Some social media users advised her to try again while others said she should find something else to do
A Ghanaian woman determined to continue her education and succeed regardless of her WASSCE results has had a lot of people talking on social media lately.
The post seen by Legit.ng on the Facebook Timeline de Young Brainy revealed that the 25-year-old lady who scored six ‘F9s’ in the exams intended to pursue distance learning but her performance was not the best.
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Recommendations were therefore requested by the young man from the Ghanaians as to what the lady can do with her results.
The results photo that was shared online garnered more than 800 comments and more than 300 people reacted.
See some of the comments below:
@Eric Nana Poku shared a tip:
“She should re-enroll for another chance, otherwise she should forget about education and pursue another life project.”
@Judith Esenam Mamaga commented:
“She can be a good seamstress. All the best to secure her a future. I know people who have failed more than her and are doing well now. When they went to apprenticeship.”
Favor Abena Nhyira wrote:
“From what I see, she did home economics and she couldn’t pass… Then I’m not sure the other courses will favor her. My dear, go learn fashion and I bet you that by the time your mate completes, you’ll be your own boss with more money.”
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Prosper Dzitse suggested:
“This failure is what we call a monumental failure. She should retake the exams, no school will admit her with this mark.”
From Carolyn Idun-Tawiah:
“Age can never be an obstacle. I advise you to rewrite to improve it. This time, have enough time for your books and I think something better will come out of it.”
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Additionally, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian runner from Keke wrote JAMB and scored 150 in total. The man named Hakeem said he was ready to go to Kano State Polytechnic.
According to him, he goes to school to study office automation and management.
He, however, said he would not stop his Keke business, saying he would continue to ride and pay his school fees.