10 rib-cracking Twitter reactions to the 2021 WASSCE results

The West African Examinations Council just released the 2021 WASSCE results today. The 2020-2021 academic year has been an interesting one considering not only the Double Track System but also post Covid-19 situation.

Senior High students have had quite an interesting year indeed. Nonetheless, the Council’s Head of Public Affairs, Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, stated that the entire results of some 3,667 students had been withheld pending investigations in Exams malpractices.

She added that candidates should desist from using underhanded means to change their grades.

Speaking of grades the conversation around WASSCE results took a viral wave on micro-blogging platform Twitter. Popular Drill-artist Yaw Tog who wrote his exams this year posted an innocent query on his Twitter.

Ghanaian users, both recent and old Senior High School graduates, on Twitter could not help but pitch in their WASSCE experiences.

Here are 10 absolutely funny Twitter reactions to 2021 WASSCE results.

1. Surprise, Surprise

2. Early Christmas gift.

3. Delete.

4. Inspire to aspire.

5. Tears.

6. Take shelter.

7. Pray for change?

8. At all, at all.

9. Vibes.

10. Take it away.





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