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Mixed Reactions Trail the release of First Semester Results

Mixed Reactions Trail the release of First Semester Results

The faces of students who gathered at the College's notice board, at the latter hours of Wednesday, May 25, 2022, revealed different expressions. As some were jumping with smiling faces, others frowned and stayed away from their mates.

This was as a result of the pasting of the first semester examination results, ratified by the Academic Board in her 7th substantive meeting, held on Tuesday, May 24, 2022.

Ndubuizu Chinenye, a student from the department of Hospitality Management and Tourism Studies with 4.0 GPA, expressed gratitude to God for helping her achieve success in her examinations. She promised to put more effort in the next exams, so as not to have any grade lesser than she had in the past exams.

Chidera Victor Onyemah, from the department of Multimedia Technology stated that he didn't do well, even though his GPA was more than average. He vowed to give more time to reading his books.

While some were moody because they didn't score up to 4.0 GPA, being the highest, some students were also rejoicing that they didn't fail any course.

Chidiogo from Hospitality and Chuba from Computer Hardware said their major concern was that they didn't fail any course.

In Chidiogo's words: " when I looked through and did not see any 'f' I felt very grateful to God... I was very scared of failing, but I thank God I passed. If I was able to have this grade with my little preparation last semester, then I can be better if I work harder.

Chukwuka Mmesoma was sad for not being the best student. This media, while speaking to her, gathered that her GPA was 3.9 but she said: " my desire has always been, being the overall best student in the college... Even though the result is fine, as the best in my department, I think I need to work more to graduate as the overall best"

As at news time, the premises of the notice board was still jam-packed with varying expressions.

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