- A Nigerian digital trainer, Emeka Nobis, has shared photos of his WAEC results where he really excelled in math and further mathematics
- Emeka said that with his love for the subject, he should have just ended up as a scientist or a math expert
- Many people shared their experience with the secondary school exams, saying they only had narrow escapes
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A Nigerian man, Emeka Nobis, has wowed people with his WAEC results which he sat for in June and December of 1997. He said the results are reflective of a time he really read well (jacking).
The man made a surprising revelation, saying that he finished the popular yellow cover New General Mathematics twice before the examinations.
He made it
On both occasions, he got A's in mathematics and further mathematics. The man said with his love for the subject, he wondered why he never later became a mathematician or scientist.
Emeka thanked his parents for the money they invested in him, saying all efforts eventually paid off.
See his post below:
Man, you're good!
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions to his post below:
Cynthia Okamgba said:
"Me and maths can never be friends in this life, I can get A every wer but u see maths na by Gods grace I go get reach C."
Don Chikere Emerole said:
"Guy you're very smart."
Broda Dapo said:
"When you realized that being a scientist isn't all it's hyped up to be.... Same story here.... Left medicine to do online marketing."
Chidera Aguwamba said:
"You are really good in Mathematics."
Innocent Dprof Unachukwu said:
"Hahaha.....weldone to the done. Boy, I know fit show my own at all. I just managed to escape WEAC."
Another good result
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @fawwaz_ibrah generated massive reactions after he posted the 1984/1985 secondary school result of his mum.
As a way to praise his mother's excellent report sheet, the man said no wonder his mum is always so strict with him.
Looking at the screenshots of the result, the woman scored 87 in the English language, 58 in mathematics, 91 in chemistry, 82 in biology, 85 in government among other scores.