"Giving Up Wasn't an Option": 3 Time Graduate Describes Her Journey

"Giving Up Wasn't an Option": 3 Time Graduate Describes Her Journey

- A beautiful young woman recently celebrated bagging her second Honours degree

- In the inspirational post, she shares how it was not easy for her to achieve as she lost all her motivation

- Many people could relate to the post and shared many thoughtful comments with the young stunner

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Making the tough decision to continue studying despite life's pressures is not one that can be taken lightly. A beautiful young woman has first-hand experience about how difficult it was after she made the decision to pursue her Honours degree despite being full-time employed.

"When I registered for my 2nd Honours degree with UNISA, I was working in Madagascar, a 12-hour shift 6 days a week. I knew it wasn't going to be easy but I was determined. 5 months down the line I was retrenched, I had no motivation left in me.

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"Giving up Wasn't an Option": 3 Time Graduate Describes Her Journey
This beautiful woman has made herself very proud. Image: Varsity World
Source: Facebook

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"However giving up was not an option, and I'm glad I persevered. BA (Psychology), BA honours in (Counselling Psychology), BCom Honours (Industrial and Organisational Psychology) - KARABO MASHIFANE," the post was captioned.

Proud locals had this to say:

Gudanie Unandavha said:

"Congratulations I'm happy for you. I'm also doing a degree in industrial psychology."

Mabokela Kingsley said:

"You are one of the best and congratulations."

Briefly News similarly reported that a stunning young lady took to social media to share that she has completed her first degree cum laude. 20-year-old Theshaya Naidoo bagged her Bachelor of Social Sciences. She shared an inspiring post about her past on Twitter. According to Theshaya, she failed mathematics in high school.

With just 16% in her final exams in 2017, she didn't allow that to deter her. During a global pandemic where classes were scarce and many students were being forced to work on their own, Theshaya shone.

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Not only did Theshaya graduate cum laude but she bagged a whopping 16 distinctions. Her story is truly one for the books.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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