YEN.com.gh has sighted an inspiring photo of a senior high school graduate Theresa Frimpong, who has excelled greatly at the 2018 WASSCE.
The photo is seen on the Facebook page of one Charles Mogxy, who aptly captioned it: “We must commend hardwork.”
Theresa has scored AI (the highest score) in seven subjects at the West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The eight subjects are: Elective Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Core Maths, Integrated Science, Social Studies, and English which she scored B2 (second highest).
The subjects indicate that Theresa Frimpong was a General Science student.
She attended Galaxy International School in Accra.
Though YEN.com.gh has not gathered all personal details about Theresa, judging by her look in the photo, it could be said that she is between sixteen and seventeen years old.
It is very uncommon to see such brilliant performance at the WAASCE, especially on the part of a female student.
Interestingly, reports suggest that many students failed at this year’s WASSCE, especially in science and mathematics.
This led to pressure being mounted on the Education Minister, Matthew Opoku-Prempeh, by the Minority in Parliament, to resign.
Part of the problem was blamed on the ‘poor-quality Free SHS’ policy, lack of teacher motivation, and also bad attitude on the part of the students.
Despite many failures, Theresa has proven to be a hardworking girl, and indeed she deserves commendations.
Meanwhile, Galaxy international is one of brilliant school in Ghana.
YEN.com.gh wishes Theresa all the best in her endeavours.
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