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Viral Photo: Can You Sincerely Write Exams In This Kind Of Hall?

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Hehehe!!! This photo was sent by a loyal reader to my facebook and the sender thinks I should share it with you… Unbelievable, right?!!

Students, students… can you say you are bold enough to write any exam in this kind of hall? Well, the picture above is the popular Father Edeh’s Ark… its looking so toshed up now!!! Read about Father Edeh’s Ark, Largest Exam Hall in NIgeria.

Most of the students writing the semester exams now are doing it in this big hall, where the space between one student and the next is like one mile in between… So I ask again, can you sincerely take an exam in a hall like this?

This was what the ‘Ark’ looked like before it was transformed to a masterpiece as above… #FrEdehArk

Before Transformation

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2 thoughts on “Viral Photo: Can You Sincerely Write Exams In This Kind Of Hall?”

  1. Currently a student of Madonna, I have to say the spacing was quite surprising at first, but now the students are getting used to it. The spacing between each student is large enough to park an infiniti jeep… no jokes.

    1. How do you see life in Madonna University ? Do the infinity Jeep spacing still keep students from “doing their thing”… or are you saying that is the solution to exam malpractice @SylArt

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