- A video is making the rounds on social media of some students from Mim SHS
- The male students are heard in the short footage decrying the difficulty of their Integrated Science paper
- The West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is ongoing across Ghana
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Some students of Mim SHS in the Ahafo Region of Ghana have already thrown in the towel prior to their final paper in the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The WASSCE exams, which are still ongoing, began on August 3.
In a video making the rounds on social media, some teenage students are seen bitterly complaining that their science paper was difficult.
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According to the students, although they allegedly paid money to school authorities to gain access to questions prior to sitting for the paper, they still couldn’t answer the questions.
In the video, which is both hilarious and dramatic, two male students from Mim SHS are heard bemoaning and stating they have failed the science paper.
One revealed he hustled by carrying logs of wood before he could afford to pay for the science questions.
According to them, they were expecting help in the just ended Integrated Science exams.
Watch video below:
Meanwhile, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) urged candidates to focus on the examinations and adhere to all Covid-19 protocols in the ongoing exams.
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The WAEC says it will do its part to ensure a successful process in the face of the pandemic
In another story, a young Ghanaian lady with the Twitter name, Oh_vivie, has been celebrated after she bagged her undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She grabbed her first degree in Business Administration (Banking and Finance) after five years in Legon.
The young lady did not miss the opportunity to celebrate her accomplishment following years of hard work and dedication.
Stunning graduation frames of the lady have been shared on social media in celebration of her remarkable efforts. The photos were accompanied by a motivating message of representation urging young girls to go for gold in their careers.
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