4 young student who scored straight A’s in their WAEC result; one bagged 8 A’s and B3

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WAEC, Wassce

The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) which is popularly known as WAEC (West African Examination Council), is an important part of a Nigerian student’s academic life.

It is also arguably the hardest as it is the last external examination a secondary school student sits for before they start preparing for their tertiary education. Rated in A, B, C, D, E, and F grading levels, getting a distinction often reflects the unmatchable academic brilliance of a secondary school leaver.

In this report, we will be looking at four students who have performed excellently at the examination.

WAEC, Wassce

Victory Yinka-Banjo

In 2020, the 17-year-old was celebrated for her academic brilliance after she got straight A’s in her WAEC. Victory also passed other international exams like IELTS in flying colors.

Almost a year after, the teenager was offered multiple scholarships of more than $5 million (N1,902,500,000) from different American universities.

Ogwubie Chikemzi Praise

WAEC, Wassce

Young Praise scored nine A’s in her WAEC in 2020. The young girl had the amazing result at a time the exam body said only 65.24% passed.

Many Nigerians praised the teenager’s brilliance, saying that people like her are really rare. Among the papers she wrote are physics, chemistry, and geography.

Praise Ojonugwa Abba

WAEC, Wassce

The young Nigerian boy cleared his exam with eight A1’s and one B3. He finished at Faith Academy, Kaduna. A message sent to YEN.com.gh called for support for the young Nigerian, saying the boy’s dream is to study medicine at the university.

Chiemela Stephanie Madu

Photos of Chiemela’s result stirred massive reactions on social media days ago as she scored A’s in all the subjects she sat for.

The lady who is preparing to study medicine at the Federal Univerisity of Technology, Owerri also scored 345/400 in her Post-United Tertiary Matriculation Examination. The government needs to take note with the rare excellent results the country has been seeing in the examination in recent times, there should be a move towards creating a scholarship pool.

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