During her West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), a science student received an A1 in marketing.
Nwanchor Favour Chijindu, the girl, attends Community Secondary School in Ndiaguazu, Ikwo, Ebonyi state.
In a post shared on Facebook, it was disclosed that Favour recorded a D7 in her chemistry in the 2023 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exam, and she is scared that this may not get her into the university.
Girl scores A1 in marketing in her WAEC
Favour also scored B3 in Igbo language and B3 in mathematics as well as C5 in agriculture.
Favour scored C5 in biology and B3 in Physics. Some said the D7 she recorded in chemistry spoiled her result.
Joseph Ifesinachi Aristocrat, Favour’s brother, posted a photo of the result and asked people if she could get into the university with it.
“Which course can someone study with this WAEC result. Just asking for my sister, who has been disturbed after checking her result.”
Reactions as science student scores A1 in marketing
Akolo Aku said:
“She should go for any of these social science courses ie psychology, political science, sociology.”
Blessing Nnedinma said:
“What did you expect from her when the name of her school can make her sit for another exam.”
Salisu Muritala Abiodun said:
“I don’t think she can go for any science course without chemistry. She could go for marketing.”