May 22, 2024

2023 WAEC: Reactions as two students score ‘A, F’ in all subjects

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2023 WAEC: Reactions as two students score ‘A, F’ in all subjects

A Nigerian boy scored A1 in the nine subjects he sat for in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination

The boy, Isa Salmanu, is a student of Premiere Academy, Lugbe, Abuja, and he also emerged as the school’s best student for the class of 2023

Isa scored 347 in his Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examination, and his story went viral as people hailed him

The West Africa Examination Council released the 2023 results, and a Nigerian boy scored A1 in the nine subjects he sat for.

The intelligent boy, Isa Salmanu, registered for nine subjects in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and passed all with flying colours.

2023 WAEC: Reactions as two students score ‘A, F’ in all subjects

Isa is a student of Premiere Academy, Lugbe, Abuja and his story was posted on Facebook by Caleb Charles Sogbey.

Charles wrote while sharing the story: “Behold our valedictorian, Isa Salmanu. Best graduating student Premiere Academy class of 2023. Congratulations to Salmanu, Congratulations to Premiere Academy.”

An analysis of Salmanu’s result slip posted on Facebook shows that he registered for Economics, Civic Education, English Language, Further Mathematics, Mathematics and Chemistry.

Other subjects he got A1 include Physics, Computer Studies, and Radio and Television Electronics Works.

Salmanu also scored 347 in his JAMB-UTME. The result has stunned many Facebook users.

Meanwhile, another Nigerian boy in the 2023 West African School Certificate Examination scored F9 in all nine subjects.

The boy’s result was posted on various Facebook accounts.

A photo of the result trending on Facebook shows that the boy failed woefully in important subjects such as Mathematics and English.

2023 WAEC: Reactions as two students score ‘A, F’ in all subjects

Other WAEC subjects he scored F9 include Civic Education, English Language, Mathematics and Animal Husbandry.

The result shows that the boy registered for nine subjects, including Commerce, Financial Accounting, Economics, Geography, and government, in the 2023 WAEC and did not pass any.

People are wondering what could have caused the woeful performance recorded by the WAEC candidate.

Recall that the West African Examination Council released the 2023 WASSCE results on Monday, August 7.

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