- A video has been shared on social media with a UCC student explaining what each part of the UCC crest represents
- The student made amusing references for each part of the crest, associating it with the performance of every student in the school
- The video, which circulated all over social media, made a lot of people's day as they laughed hard at the young man's creativity
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In a video, a UCC student used symbols in the school's crest to represent how GPA works in the school. In the video, he used the symbols to show how difficult studying at UCC is, as a drop in GPA spells doom for any student.
He said the bird on the crest represents your GPA and the blue wave-like symbol below the bird represents the sea.
He stated that if you perform well, you stay above water level, which means you're safe, but if you perform poorly, you will sink below the sea, and since humans can't breathe underwater, you're doomed.
The video reached a large audience as it got over 8,000 likes and 232 comments as at the time of this publication.
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Reaction To UCC Student's GPA Metaphor
SNR.K.PABLO could not hold his laughter as he said:
This explanation needs to be written down for future reference
Hajia_Zee also said:
Eiiiii despite the pressure, I will still choose ucc any day
Ama Frimpomaa didn't seem to enjoy her time at the school as she said:
I competed there but wil never advice anybody to choose there
PrettyEryka 24 was also not feeling UCC too much as she said:
Charley, we koraa that we are affiliated to this School koraa we feel the pressure GPA ne CGPA , all the same GPA ne CGPA nyinaa y3 wiase….@
boakyewaad also said:
The stress alone......not easy
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