“You Go Explain Tire”: Science Student Scores E8 in Mathematics, Fails Chemistry in 2023 WAEC

“You Go Explain Tire”: Science Student Scores E8 in Mathematics, Fails Chemistry in 2023 WAEC

  • A science student who wrote the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination did well in civic education
  • The student, Idaewore Felicity, did not do well in chemistry and physics, as she scored F9 and D7 respectively
  • Felicity wrote the examination at System Education School Abuja, and her result has gone viral, sparking reactions

An online printout of a West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result is trending on social media.

The student, Idaewore Felicity, sat for the 2023 WASSCE examination at System Education School Abuja.

Photos of an online print out of 2023 WAEC.
The student scored F9 in chemistry in the 2023 WAEC. Photo credit: Facebook/Dç Xtåçy and Getty Images/Anna Frank. Girl's photo used for illustration only.
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The result of her performance was posted in a Facebook group known as WAEC and NECO Exam Expo 2023.

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Felicity's WASSCE result was made public by a Facebook user, Dç Xtåçy, who blamed the school for her poor performance.

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The online West African Examination Council (WAEC) printout shows that Felicity is a science student, and she did well in civic education, scoring C5.

Felicity scored C6 in Economics and E8 in English, which is not so impressive. She recorded an F9 in chemistry, D7 in physics and C8 in animal husbandry.

She made B3 in computer studies but scored E8 in mathematics. People are saying the Facebook user should not have made the WAEC result public, and it is not the fault of the school but the candidate.

Reactions as science student makes WAEC result public

Bamidele Oluwatimilehin Olaitan Timmijaz said:

"You go explain tire."

Martins Ordedoo Ternenge asked:

"Is it the school or the candidate."

Happiness Arthur Ekene said:

"There is no point in publishing these.it doesn't make any sense. It's foolish."

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De Don said:

"There's nothing wrong with that school. You were never ready to take the examination."

Science student performs badly in WAEC

In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian student who wants to study nursing made her WAEC result public.

The student scored D7 in chemistry, and she was wondering if she could use the result to get into the university.

Some people who saw the published WAEC result on Facebook said it could be difficult to get nursing admission without a credit in chemistry.

Source: Legit.ng

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