- A smart 15-year-old student has gathered eight A’s in her 2023 WAEC, scoring only a single B in her English Language
- Core subjects like mathematics, physics, chemistry, and computer studies were marked distinction
- Rita has always always been a brilliant child as she started secondary school at the age of 9 after getting double promotions at the primary level
A 15-year-old Nigerian girl, Ike Chinonso Rita, has come out in flying colours in her 2023 WAEC as she cleared her results with multiple A’s.
Out of the nine subjects she sat for, she only scored one B, the rest were distinctions. She scored A1 in mathematics, physics, chemistry, further mathematics, among others.
It should be noted that Rita also scored 334 in her 2023 JAMB. Speaking with a family member, Onuzo Chinenye Rosette, it was gathered that she had already gotten university admission. In her words:
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“She intends to study architecture. She has been offered admission in NILE UNIVERSITY IN ABUJA.”
According to her, Rita’s success was very much expected. The brilliant kid got double promotion in primary school. At the age of nine, she started secondary school. Her parent were very much excited by her brilliant performance in WAEC.
See her WAEC result below:
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Kid performed well in WAEC
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian teacher, Chimaijem Success, shared some of the results of his students who did very well in the recently released West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
Taking to his Facebook page, the man congratulated all his candidates who did well. He thanked God for the amazing outing.
Girls danced to 2023 WAEC results
In other news, a secondary school girl shared a video showing how she and her mates danced after they heard that WAEC released 2023 results.
While in their school uniforms, they showed they were in a happy mood because of the development.