- A video of a young Ghanaian man speaking on schooling in the USA has got people talking
- The young man recounted how his lecturer agreed to make him write an exam on a date he chose
- Many people who reacted to the video shared diverse opinions on the comments of the young man
A man who recently moved to the US to pursue further studies has sparked reactions on social media after he opened up on an experience with one of his lecturers.
In a post sighted by Legit.ng on TikTok, the young man @mrkuks09, who was beaming with smiles, informed his friend that his lecturer had agreed to make an exception for him to write an exam at another date of his own choosing.
Lecturer postponed exam
He said it all happened when he reached out to his lecturer with the excuse that he was not adequately prepared to write an upcoming exam and would be happy if it was postponed.
"Immediately my professor sent me a mail saying he has agreed to allow my write the exam on another date. He says any time I am ready I should come and write the exams", he said with smile.
His delight was also premised on the grounds that in Ghana telling a lecturer to postpone an exam because you are not ready would be very difficult.
Watch the video:
People react to his revelation
Social media users who reacted to the disclosure agreed with him that a lecturer in Ghana would not have postponed a quiz because of the reason he gave.
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20 Billions stated:
I'm in Australia and I wish I could give a comment on their education system. Herr, we were in a complete darkness back in Ghana.
Ghana you no buy handout mpo you've failed in advance
Denz Mill commented:
They will fail you in advance before you start a quiz in Ghana
I will be writing my quiz coming Monday because wasn't in school yesterday ( sick leave), I email the school to write on Monday and they accept
Prince K Amoah added:
Sake of Quiz 1 I couldn’t graduate at UCC. This can only happen in Ghana.
Lecturer strictly supervised exams
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an invigilator took his job to the next level when he mounted a high platform to monitor a hall with an eagle eye.
In a video shared on TikTok by @bae_collections_1688, the invigilator stood on a specially built platform.