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“Exceptional Achievement”: Smart Student Scores A1 in 9 WAEC Subjects, Her Photo and Result Sheet Go Viral

A young girl filmed unemotionally In each of the nine courses she took for the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, she received an A.

Awofeso Aisha Omotola, a smart student, received A1 grades in mathematics, English, civics, and additional mathematics.



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A Nigerian girl score nine As in all of the WASSCE (West African Senior School Certificate Examination) subjects she took in 2023.

Awofeso Aisha Omotola, a bright student at Airforce Secondary School in Ikeja, registered and took the test there.

Aisha’s excellent performance in the 2023 WAEC has made her go viral, as many Nigerians praise her on Twitter

Her result was posted on the platform by Shakirat O. Raji, who said Aisha made other girls proud with her excellent performance in WAEC.

Student of Airforce secondary school, Ikeja scores 9 A1 in WAEC

An analysis of Aisha’s WAEC result shows that she registered for nine subjects and aced them all.

She scored A1 in English language, mathematics, civic education, animal husbandry, and biology.

Aisha also scored A1 in further mathematics, chemistry, physics and computer studies.

Aisha emerged as the best-graduating student at the Airforce Secondary School, Ikeja.

See the full result below:

Nigerians praise Aisha for scoring A1 in nine WAEC subjects

@Homothayoshida said:

“See my Alma mater. Perseverance truly does breed success. Congratulations Aisha. The sky is just the beginning of all the great things that are bound to happen.”

@__twenty23 said:

“Her A1 in further maths left me totally flabbergasted.”

@softyxenria said:

“Congratulations! Please don’t study medicine though.”

@gafar_raji said:

“Exceptional achievement, Aisha. Congratulations! I acknowledged your outstanding performance across all subjects. Despite not having the Yoruba Language as part of your curriculum, it’s essential to recognize that it plays a pivotal role in teaching our cultural heritage.”

Original WAEC certificate used to wrap suya

A WAEC certificate was reportedly used to wrap suya, according to a related article from WOTHAPPEN.

Oweisana Braduce’s WAEC certificate reveals that he received an A1 in economics and a C4 in English.

A photo of the certificate shows that Oweisana sat for the WAEC examination in June 2011 and that he was born in 1991

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