- Anne Marie, a Ghanaian young lady has recently resorted to social media to announce her academic feat
- In her post, she shared that she got accepted into 10 of the universities she applied to and received scholarship fundings worth $ 1 million (Ghc7,800,000) in total
- The brilliant lady also revealed graduating a part of the top 10% in her program with honours and a 3.9 GPA
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A beautiful Ghanaian damsel identified as Anne Marie Aseda has recently taken to social media to share the news of graduating in style.
The Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her timeline, had @aforaseda announcing that after successful years at the university, she thankfully graduated with a GPA of 3.9 and was among the top 10% in her program.
Anne Marie also revealed that prior to completing her studies, she gained admission intoi 10 universities which also came with scholarship fundings worth $ 1 million (Ghc7,800,000) in total.
Her actual post read;
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"Acceptances from all 10 schools that I applied to, a million dollars in scholarships & grants, graduating top 10% of my class, honours and 3.9 GPA"
Many who saw her post seemed very happy for her. They did not hesitate to congratulate her in the comments section.
At the time of this publication, the post has racked up close to 590 retweets with 40 quote tweets and 5,090 likes.
Some of the heartfelt comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
Hey your academic status gave me huge smile. What’s next?… you seem to be a worthy prize cos I have my eye on this trophy
Congratulations dear.... Bravo .. please can I have a conversation with u. I would want to know the practical steps u took to achieve these scholarships
You’ve done well….keep it up
Beauty with brains....congratulations
This is hard! You can take the world
University of Edinburgh Student Celebrates Getting 2 Fully-funded Scholarships After 7 Rejections
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an overjoyed young woman by the name of Solace Ojotule recently took to social media to celebrate her wins after many rejections.
In a post on her LinkedIn timeline sighted by YEN.com.gh, Solace shared that she finally landed two fully-funded scholarships to study abroad after applying seven times and getting painfully rejected.
"After more than 7 scholarship rejections, I entered a big problem last year. The problem was a good problem"