A Nigerian lecturer has left his students stunned after he reportedly included an option for them to set their own examination questions.
The incident which has now become a trending topic in the online community was alleged to have taken place in the Petroleum Training University (PTI) in Warri.
According to reports making the round, the final year students were writing a general studies course for the first semester when they encountered the unusual evaluation method by their lecturer.
Five questions were presented to the students to answer, with an additional 6th question in which the lecturer instructed anyone who was not satisfied with the questions above to set a standard one and clearly write it out.
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The instruction read: "If you feel you are not satisfied with the above questions, clearly write out a standard question and answer it."
See a photo of the question paper below:
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A lot of Nigerian lecturers are known to be very stringent with their evaluation method which is why this incident is coming off as a surprise to many.
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In a related story, Legit.ng gathered the report of a Nigerian man, who narrated how he deliberately reduced the test score of a student from 70-69.
According to him, he did so because he does not want the student going to give testimonies of great the lord is or how hard he studied.
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