Results for the first semester exams which took place in February are finally unleashed. Students from all fields came to terms with their marks on April 17, 2020, during the lockdown period due to the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After waiting for close to two months, each person knows his fate. WhatsApp forums got more lively than usual on April 17, as that is where students got a share of their results which were published on a website.
This created a host of mixed feelings, as while some rejoiced over their performances, others were a little frustrated.
Some students are generally happy with their outcome, as they have validated all their courses and so now they can have a mindful rest, while following the classes they have online. Meanwhile other students are two-sided in thought.
Despite their general performance, they still find injustice with their continuous assessment (CA) marks. This is the idea which MENGA Stephanie shares. “I am pleased because I validated everything, but I did not like the CA marks because it has made people to fail a lot. However, the lesson to learn is that students should take all CAs seriously”.
Also, a few remain optimistic. Nke BELIBI of journalism 1 says, “I think the results were not very good, but work and rigor is essential for the second semester”. NDONGO Danielle also shares, “I am sad but I am confident that by God’s grace I will validate the resit exams.”
Now, what is expected of students who didn’t validate one or more courses is for them to concentrate and get ready for whenever school might resume, so as to resit. Hence students should not neglect their lectures dispensed either online or on the campus radio.
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