- A young man has got social media users talking with the transcript showing all his results in the university
- Upon graduation, the brilliant man posted about it on Twitter as he attached three photos
- Tweeps asked how come he found schooling so easy and breezed through even difficult courses like chemistry
A young man with the handle @asapmari_ has taken to Twitter to celebrate his graduation from Howard University in America.
On Friday, May 7, the man shared his graduation pictures and a snap of all his results since part one, showing that he maintained a brilliant streak throughout his university days.
Many people congratulated him as they wondered how the young man was able to sustain good grades across the board in different courses.
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There were tweeps who said that passing genetic and organic chemistry is no small feat.
See his Twitter post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 73,000 likes with thousands of comments on the bird app.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"That genetics and organic chemistry is no joke that sh*t is so hard. Congratulations."
"This transcript is unreal, I took almost the same classes and barely survived."
"...so college didn’t stress you out, not one bit? not even a little?"
"There are some courses I see that have triggered me."
"I feel proud when I see a black person who is excelling in his studies. We have excellent people in all parts of the world. I feel very happy and I hope that you achieve your great dreams and be of great importance."
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"This transcript is gorgeous good job king!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 17-year-old Nigerian teenager, Victory Yinka-Banjo, who had nine A's in WAEC in 2020 is in the news again for even greater things.
Victory was offered full scholarships by Ivy League schools; Yale College, Princeton University, Harvard, and Brown College in both the US and Canada to the tune of more than $5 million (N1,902,500,000).