- A lady got many talking on social media as she shared a university exam paper, which she tagged as difficult
- The examination, to the surprise of many, instructed candidates that they are allowed to cry but are to do so quietly
- The instruction on the paper sparked a debate among social media users
While the debate on whether or not an examination is a true test of knowledge, a lady has stunned social media with a question paper that has an unusual instruction.
Sharing an image of the question paper for civil engineering students of a university, the lady identified on Twitter with the handle @Ard_paki captioned it:
"This exam no be easy crying is allowed. #engineers #exam 9th of April."
The examination paper had Monday, March 29, as the date for the engineering exam. The paper reportedly belonging to a higher institution in Uganda identified as Kyambogo University has stirred a nest of reactions and debate.
While some thought the questions were a child's play compared to the one in their institutions, others found the instruction on the paper awkward.
"What's hard in circuit theory compared to strength ??? I guess you are an electrical student that only did strength of materials 1 try Strength of materials 2 am sure your comments won't be the same anymore."
"Strength of material is an easy course tho ... If it was circuit theory/fluid dynamics or instrumentation ehennn ... your tears will be heavy."
"It's a first year question. Engineering ain't that easy though.."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a deadly plane crash saw two people lose their lives as they attempted to entertain the crowd during a gender reveal stunt.
The party, which was held on a boat, was to see a plane pass above them and reveal the gender of the yet-to-be born child but the big moment never came.
According to TMZ, the party took place on the coast of Cancun, Mexico, where the parents-to-be had hired a plane to display a banner announcing they were having a girl. Unforeseen circumstances however made sure that things didn't go to plan.
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