- A Nigerian student has caused quite a stir as he shared questions from an exam he recently wrote in FUTA, describing it as the easiest he'd ever written
- The elated student stated that some of his colleagues found the questions challenging, but it was easy for him, and he shared why
- Many people who went through the exam paper he shared could not agree more and charged him to score an A on it
Heritage Odewale, a student of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), has elatedly shared an exam he wrote that seemed so simple.
The paper he shared showed it was a second-semester examination for 500-level data analytics students with a time allotment of two hours.
The first question required students to explain what data validation and munging meant.
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Some people agreed with him that the questions were cheap.
Replying in the comment section, he wrote:
"Lmao, some of my colleagues found these same questions tough. My case is different because I’m a data analyst."
See his tweet below:
Reactions on social media
"They indeed are simple, and I’m happy for you. I took a data analysis course for 6 weeks and I can boldly say I’ll smash this paper here. For now, it’s back to MNE516 (Technology policy and development) for me, exam na by 12 bye."
"Na wao FUTA has changed ooo big time it seems I will come and enroll again into this school but into info tech. For this guy to say FUTA question simple... All the sadistic slave Masters have left FUTA alone."
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"Na to wipe you Oraimo cord if you no come back with A.
"What course is this please. Them no teach us this one for school."
"I'm familiar with this kind of Joy.
"Looking like secondary School questions."
"I'm surprised and happy that data analytics is taught in Nigerian schools."
"My ENT trainer is Dr. Sadura. When I got to know about her discipline, I wished I'd picked IFT instead BCH when I filled my JAMB form."
Man shares Standard 6 exam written in 1953
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man had shared a standard six exam written in 1953.
The examination was written by standard six pupils who were about to graduate from what is today known as primary school. It was the primary school leaving certificate examination.
As seen on Twitter, the first question in the paper required the pupils to write a letter to a friend in another town. The second question asked the pupils to write a formal letter applying for an advertised position.