"I Don't Understand Anything": Girl Shares Video of Lecture Hall in Canada, Says She's Lost

"I Don't Understand Anything": Girl Shares Video of Lecture Hall in Canada, Says She's Lost

  • A young Nigerian lady who relocated abroad has shared an intriguing video of herself in a Canadian classroom
  • In the video, she expressed her frustration with the difficulty of asking questions due to a lack of understanding
  • Netizens have flooded the comments section with their experiences as international students in different countries

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An international student with the handle @cydney421 on TikTok has been struggling to ask questions in class due to a lack of comprehension.

She shared a video of herself in the classroom, trying her best to decipher what was being taught to no avail.

Girl who relocated to Canada on student visa cries out
Girl who relocated to Canada on student visa cries out Photo credit: @cydney421/TikTok.
Source: TikTok

International student shares her struggles in Canada

The video resonated with many netizens who have faced similar challenges while pursuing their academic goals in a foreign country.

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The caption read:

"POV: you can't even ask questions in class, Cus you have no idea of what to even ask".

Reactions trail video of international student in Canada

Netizens flooded the comments section sharing their experiences and expressing empathy for students like Cydney.

Many individuals mentioned that they came to Canada with the primary aim of making money, which can sometimes hinder their ability to fully engage in their studies.

The shared experiences highlighted the difficulties faced by international students in balancing financial aspirations with academic pursuits.

@BA3 commented:

“I swear think say na only me e dey happen to.”

@TheNiyiRichardGuytI said:

“This soundtrack you added.”

@Frosh_yktv reacted:

“That's packet tracer. used for network simulations. etc.”

@Yaakesewaaagyeman said:

“I swear o.”

@Only_comment said:

“Una calling no relate with study una sha wan do am by force ni.”

@Ife said:

“Na the AC dey affect me.”

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@oluwageepee said:

“I think say na only me.”

@C.H.I.E.F said:

“Anytime you need help.”

@francess obas reacted:

“Laugh want Finnish how person go take understand before way our head full of making money na just to enter the country.”

Watch the video below:

Man who relocated to Canada as international student laments

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a TikTok user identified as @crizomeccc has stirred emotions with a video showing his life in Canada as an international student.

In a post, he reported that his daily routine includes waking up at 6:00 a.m. to go to work, returning at 4:30 p.m., attending school at 5:00 p.m., and returning home at 10:30 p.m. He emphasised that life as an international student in Canada is not easy and advised others to be well-prepared.

Crizo's TikTok post shed light on the demanding schedule and challenges faced by international students in Canada. It also served as a reminder that pursuing education abroad requires dedication and resilience.

Source: Legit.ng

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