- Seven years after she finished school, a Nigerian lady went back to the university to write a paper she failed
- She posted a vlog of how she prepared and went to her school on the day the examination was scheduled to hold
- The lady said she was very happy that the day came to pass as she had waited so long to write the outstanding paper
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A lady has returned to her university to write her carryover some seven years after she left the school.
She posted a vlog on TikTok detailing how she prepared for the examination.
In the video posted with her TikTok handle, @lifeofcheeche, the lady said she had eagerly waited for the day she would write the carryover.
Lady goes to UNIZIK to write carryover
She was seen in the video studying and preparing hard to pass the paper after many years.
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On the morning of the examination day, she went to her school happily and joined other students to take the carryover paper.
When people asked in the comment section, she confirmed that her school was Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Many have wished her luck.
Watch the video below:
Reactions from TikTok users
"Wishing you the best of the best results."
"LoL! When you mentioned "tiny papers" it brought bk so many memories!!!"
@Yettydlaw Properties reacted:
"Wishing you success in your results."
"My own carryover dey wait for me oo."
"Abeg which kind 7 years exam?"
"Those tiny paper are called chukuly in my school."
"Try dey wear skirt and white shirt. You fit dey write in front of the invigilator and he won't catch you."
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"Good results coming your way."
"You will pass with A this time."
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