- A lady identified as Tuana Yazici has been celebrated on social media after graduating with distinction
- The young lady took 27 credits in her last semester in school to graduate a year early and made A+ in all her courses
- She said she looks forward to doing her masters in International Administration before law school
A lady identified as Tuana Yazici has celebrated her achievement after graduating with distinction from the higher institution.
Tuana said she took 27 credits in her last semester in school to graduate early and made A+ in all her courses.
Tuana said she will be doing her masters in International Administration before going to law school.
She wrote on LinkedIn:
"I don’t usually post grades but I took 27 credits this semester to graduate a year early. It was tremendously hard to keep up with classes and research jobs outside of school, especially during this time. Beyond honored that they all came back as A+’s! Always got to finish strong!
"Graduated Magna C*m Laude and I look forward to doing a one-year master’s in International Administration before law school!"
Frank Carbajal said:
"It is a great accomplishment and congratulations, however please take the time not to highly stress yourself out with too many clases (sic) , the key factor in life is great spiritual space, and most importantly mental health.
"High impact with lower stress levels! Bendiciones..."
Sam Peterson commented:
"Congratulations! I remember taking a similar load of courses to finish my BS in 3 years. It is not easy. Hats off to you and best of luck as you take the next steps in your journey."
Wilian Cabrera commented:
"Congratulations! Best of luck in your future endeavors!"
TaMiya Dickerson said:
"Your tenacity is amazing. I thought I was gonna go crazy taking 21 units. I’m in awe of your accomplishment and happy to make your connection at your convenience."
In similar news, a beautiful South African woman recently lit up many timelines after sharing an inspirational post with Facebook page Varsity World about how she has finally managed to complete her studies and bag her PhD.
"'My final graduation - 10 years in the making - PhD before 30!' - Anzel de Lange (PhD) Meteorology & Air Quality," the motivational post reads.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!