After about a month since the first semester exams ended, students of the Advanced School of Mass Communication patiently waited for their results to be published. The long wait ended on Wednesday April 03 when the results were finally released after the school administration had a deliberative meeting.
It has almost been 24 hours since the release of the first semester results.
The atmosphere this Thursday April 04 2019 is quite calm though complex.
The tension and rowdiness of the previous day has vanished. A majority of students seem to have gotten to terms with the harsh reality of their results, and are back in their classrooms taking lectures.
The administration has provided measures through which students not satisfied with their results can lay complains.
They have up April 10th to do it. Other students are trying to get in touch with their lecturers, to find out what really happened, as they failed woefully.
With a quick glance at the score board, one could easily determine that the results were horrible.
Very few students were able to validate all five out of five courses.
A majority had validated either three or four out of five, and crucial cases had validated either one or none of the courses.
It was around midday on Wednesday April 03 when the results were finally published, following positive rumors that morning about the release.
Students flooded the score boards at the central administrative building where the results had been published.
A majority of students had taken the bull by the horns and decided to visit the boards themselves.
A few others without confidence asked their friends to do their bidding, and some deliberately refused to go check the results.
Their faces had all sorts of expressions, from hopeless and desperate, to enthusiastic and happy.
While some students screamed with joy and hugged their friends upon seeing their results, others bowed and walked away with dissapointment and sadness.
Students who were unable to validate all five courses, have one last chance to do so.
This will be in the catch-up session that has been organized by the school starting on April 16th right up to April 20th.
Students concerned are determined to do their possible best, because failure this time around will merit repeating the course next year or the class as a whole.
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