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Nigerian Shares University Question Paper, Says It’s Easier to Get 1st Class in the North, Elicits Reaction

Chibuzo Anthony, a Nigerian, published a question paper that he claimed was written by social science students at Sule Maitama University

Nigerian Chibuzo Anthony caused a massive mixed reaction on Twitter after sharing a question allegedly received from Yusuf Maitama Sule University in Kano.

A person who claimed that questions are very simple for university students said that teachers in the south always tend to make life difficult for their students with difficult questions.

Nigerian Shares University Question Paper, Says It's Easier to Get 1st Class in the North, Elicits Reaction

The first question on the paper asked a simple qualitative question of:

“A boy has N500. He spends N200. What fraction of his original money does he have left?”

Why question B asks:

“What is the 25% of N400?”

Many Nigerians came into his comment sections with even far simpler questions they claimed are from various higher institutions.

See his post below:

@iam_jibolar said:

“This is why some students curse me Persevering face, northern Nigeria need to fix up!”

@yemminator said:

“Abeg get out. Where were you when I was registering for jamb and needed this info.”

@HassanTeslim3 said:

“The common entrance exam I wrote in Iganmode grammar school is harder than this question tbh.”

@proterapy said:

“In Zamfara, corpers are made to set questions and answers for students. You print the question on paper and write the answers on the board for them to copy.

And you can’t say no cus everybody must pass whether you like it or yes, they don’t repeat class over there.”

“Omo wahala is now like parachute sha. I studied English. Like 70% of the class in my set did not graduate. And I don’t know what to say. I schooled in Yobe and others those humans can crammmm for Africa.”


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