- A man's 2011 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result has surfaced on the internet
- He received an excellent school in Economics with an A1 but earned a D7 in Literature in English
- Netizens reacted to the oil-stained results, with many debating about why he had no scores for Maths and Science
The 2011 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result of a man born on February 26, 1991, has emerged on social media.
The certificate showed his scores; Commerce B3, Christian Religious Knowledge B2, and Agricultural Science and Biology B3.
Though he bagged a D7 in Literature in English, he had an excellent score in Economics with an A1.
Ghanaian social media user and founder of Foodarena, Big-ben GH Deladem, posted the certificate on his Facebook account with the writing:
Cynthia Baragbor: Former KETASCO NSMQ member earns admission into US college with $93,000 scholarship
"Are you thinking what I'm thinking?" he captioned the post that has since gathered comments.
See the certificate below:
Reactions to the man's results
While one person mentioned the certificate was fake, others dismissed the claim with diverse counter opinions.
Lawrencia Obiri-Yeboah commented:
No maths and science.
Mordecai Kwesi replied:
Lawrencia Obiri-Yeboah, he failed.
Ellis Taylor posted:
Fake cert; it's obvious the person did general art, so where from the agricultural science and biology but not core math and science?
Vera Yayra Quist reacted:
He had no maths and science because he had F9.
Anita Baker said:
Bahtyah L Barkemeni posted:
Oh, kelewele paper from the oil stains.
Roy Nkemm Kay commented:
Micky GH reacted:
The Gob3 spoilt the result.
Real Sista Derby said:
Aaawn, I'm really sad cos I can feel his pain hmmm.
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Former KETASCO NSMQ backup earns admission into US college with $93,000 scholarship
In a more positive story, YEN.com.gh reported that Cynthia Makafui Baragbor, a 2022 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) participant, has earned admission into Amherst College in the US with a yearly scholarship of $93,000.
The prodigy was part of the team that represented her alma mater, Keta Senior High Technical School (Ketasco), in the year's NSMQ. She emerged in the top 1% in the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) when she graduated with 8As.
Reflecting on her extraordinary journey in a LinkedIn post, Baragbor remembered her stormy path to her recent academic accomplishment.
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