Examinations are seen differently by students. Some see at easy whiles others see it as difficult. Whatever be the case a student has to write an examination. Students sometimes learn very hard for examinations but sometimes does not go their way due to one or two things. A picture of an examination paper which has a score of 0/40 boldly written on it causes massive stir on the net. According to the post, the paper belongs to a first year student at the College of Engineering inside KNUST.
This is to say that the person the paper belongs to has to prepare to write a resit since that can not qualify him to the next stage of the academic ladder. This is the fate of many young first year students. Many score bad grades not because they don’t learn but rather because they are not used to the system. The university system is different from the secondary level. Many first years have to take time to known the terrain before they can be able to find their feet. It’s just one of those things.
However, many people believe that he should sit up and study hard since it could lead to his expulsion from school. You can also let us know what you think in the comment section below. Please don’t forget to like, share and also follow for more entertainment updates.
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