I had low IQ back and failed most of my papers - Nana Aba Anamoah tells her inspiring story

I had low IQ back and failed most of my papers - Nana Aba Anamoah tells her inspiring story

Ace journalist and news anchor, Nana Aba Anamoah has revealed that she wasn’t really a good student as she never made A in her grades.

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I had a low IQ back in school and failed most of my papers - Nana Aba Anamoah tells her inspiring story

I had a low IQ back in school and failed most of my papers - Nana Aba Anamoah tells her inspiring story

She added that her best grade was a B, and she made this grade only once.

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The very confident news personality said she regarded her IQ as below average causing her to fail in many subjects.

She said,"I think my IQ is below average- way below average and when I see people crying because they had failed certain courses, I say to them, 'Are you mad?' Do you know the courses, me as I'm standing here, I have failed?"

"I hate school and that's a fact, I don't like school. I like to go to school to listen to the teacher but the moment you say examination, oh God, I hate examinations".

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Because of some reasons in my life, I never made an 'A'...or even B, I think it was just once. I swear to God. B was just once," she told University of Ghana students at an interaction section with practitioners who have excelled their career field during this University of Ghana’s annual Career Week celebration.

I had a low IQ back in school and failed most of my papers - Nana Aba Anamoah tells her inspiring story

I had a low IQ back in school and failed most of my papers - Nana Aba Anamoah tells her inspiring story

The situation she said got her father worried and at a point, he ask her if she needed to see counselor.

"At some point my father asked me, do you have to see a counselor?" She said.

She further urged students who find it difficult to make good grades not to give up but persevere, pray and never lose hope.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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