- A Nigerian boy had an abysmal outing in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) organised by WAEC
- Of the nine subjects he sat for, the lad could only manage an E8 in two as he recorded F9 in seven of them
- Photo of his shocking 2023 WAEC result has stirred reactions on social media as people went through the subjects he sat for
While some people checked their WAEC results with joy, a Nigerian lad would probably be in tears after failing all subjects he sat for.
A Facebook user, Ibrahim Imam, shared the commercial student's result on the platform as he trolled him.
Extending his taunts to others who failed the 2023 WAEC exams, Ibrahim remarked that the body put them in sad moods.
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According to him, his "chest cut" upon seeing this particular result.
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Sharing the result, he wrote:
" I know book.
"I know book.
"That English question simple.
"I answer question 1.
"Give me extra sheets.
"Waec don give them sad mood.
"Nah so my chest cut for this result.
The student had E8 in one subject
From the photo Ibrahim shared, Legit.ng observed that the undisclosed student scored F9 in eight of the nine subjects he sat for.
He, however, scored E8 in Biology and English.
People expressed surprise upon seeing the boy's result
Áyò Mìdè said:
Mummcy Harjikhe said:
"U are doing good."
Masters Swot said:
"Aa h bad boy."
Mï Dhē said:
"You too fail."
Boy fails WAEC woefully
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian boy had failed WAEC woefully.
The boy's result was posted on various Facebook accounts, including Egi Smartest Prince's.
A photo of the result trending on Facebook shows that the boy failed woefully in essential subjects such as Mathematics and English. 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.