A young lady has warm a lot of people's heart after she was spotted crying uncontrollably while checking her examination results. From the video spotted saw the lady telling the man who was checking the results to check it again because she believed it could be a mistake. The man who is believed to be in charge of the printing press told the young lady to calm down because her total aggregate is twenty (20).
Though aggregate twenty is considered as a good grade when entering into the tertiary level. But the young lady was still insisting that the man should check it again.
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Checking of an examination is something that normally causes fear and panic no matter how brilliant you are.
Though you may be a brilliant student but examination fear could not allow you to write the examination to your best of knowledge. And this lady is of no exception when talking about examination writing in our society as Ghanaians. We all should consider this question, why is that most students are normally judged based on their examination results?
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