Nigerian Lecturer Allows Students to Set Their Own Questions During Exams

Wonder, they say, will never end. It was a great wonder to final year students of the Petroleum Training Institute University in Warri (PTI) as they wrote their first semester GNS Exams recently and they met their unexpected surprise when they saw something unusual on their question sheet.

Normally, students were expected to give answers to five questions as set by the lecturer whose name is yet to be unfolded. After giving about five questions for his students to answer, the lecturer then gave them a carte blanche (blank cheque) to set their own questions if they are not satisfied questions he set for them.

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This development has led to outburst of emotions on social media as people are surprised that a Nigerian lecturer can actually do this, while some say some students will still fail the question they might ask themselves.

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According to a reliable source from the school, students should not see that opportunity given by the lecturer as a means to get more scores. Rather, they should see it as a kind of trap by the lecturer to students. If any of the students goes ahead to fall for the trick, he/she may have himself/herself blamed.

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