- A woman recently took to Twitter with pictures of her matric certificate and degree
- She shared the pictures as part of the "How it started, how it ended" challenge that recently went viral
- Impressed tweeps congratulated her in the comments section
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A beautiful black South African woman, @vuyisipho, just took the "How it started vs how it ended" challenge to new heights. This comes after her challenge included a picture of her matric certificate and a picture of her degree.
What makes her the challenge winner is the fact that she had received seven distinctions on her matric certificate - that means a distinction for each and every subject. Halala. She does not end her impressive streak there however as she goes on to share a picture of her degree, which is in actuarial science - talk about flexing.
Twitter users who were left motivated, inspired and impressed took to the comments section to congratulate the brilliant young lady on her success. You can read some of those interesting comments below.
"What did we do to God? I had to quit mathematics because my friends and I helped each other in tests and I still got 8%. You are a genius."
"Hei banna! You didn't even get one wrong answer on maths? MATHS? Who born you?"
"Wait a damn minute these numbers are cooked right? Because no brain is within legal rights to obtain 100%. People got brains."
Briefly.co.za also reported, in another "how it started vs how it ended" challenge, a South African man shared an email discussion between him and his lecturer. Twitter user, @SechabaMagic (Sechaba Molefi) enquired about the exam scope.
His clearly very stern lecturer responded to him with:
"You have not attended a single lecture in the module. Your questions are moot. No scope will be provided on Blackboard as it was provided in class."
Sechaba's second picture is of him graduating from the faculty of law despite not having attended a lecture. Sechaba's tweet went viral as South African's couldn't grasp how he was able to graduate without attending class.
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