A young man has lamented bitterly on popular app, Twitter, after seeing his exam question paper
In his tweet, the man lamented about how he spent the entire semester studying and shunning all forms of entertainment
Surprisingly, on the day of his exams, one of his lecturers set a question which focused on ace singer, Ayra Starr
While sharing the photos, he recounted how he spent the entire semester depriving himself of any form of entertainment.
However, on the day of his exams, he saw the question paper and was surprised to see Ayra Starr’s name.
The lecturer typed out the full lyrics of Ayra Starr‘s song and asked questions giving reference to Ayra Starr.
While sharing photos of the question paper, the student said:
“Imagine this, you’ve studied the whole semester for a unit depriving yourself of any form of entertainment even music and rush by Ayra Starr, you walk into an exam room and this is what you see.”
Social media reactions
Alex Mwati said:
“Doing the same course and seeing this I’m just laughing. How is performance appraisal useless and a waste of time. How are you going to argue that and satisfy 20 marks.”
Kale Nyama reacted:
“Atleast I could have done question 2 and 3 and get 35 marks. Ready for the next semester.”
Made Mind commented noted:
“What’s your point? You don’t need to have ever heard of this song before. I haven’t and I would score 100 on that question.”
Abungu James wrote:
“All you need is an understanding of motivational theories and apply them to the case scenario. Your prior encounter with the song here is insignificant.”
Miles Davis remarked:
“But wetin Ayra Starr dey do for inside? Ur lecturer drink ogogoro? E be like o.”
J Major added:
“They didn’t even bother to translate non English words, give them a headache and answer in your mother tongue. Looks like they didn’t specify the official language to be used while giving answers.”
See the tweet below:
Nigerian student shares cheap examination set
Meanwhile, Wothapppen previously reported that Heritage Odewale, a student of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), has elatedly shared an exam he wrote that seemed so simple. In a Twitter post via his handle @Tinomagmi, the young man remarked that this may be the easiest exam he has ever written at the institution.
The paper he shared showed it was a second-semester examination for 500-level data analytics students with a time allotment of two hours. The first question required students to explain what data validation and munging meant.
Some people agreed with him that the questions were cheap. Replying in the comment section, he wrote: “Lmao, some of my colleagues found these same questions tough. My case is different because I’m a data analyst.”