- A young lady who failed matric twice shared that she finally passed and is now motivating tons of South Africans
- Caryn Cupido's short and simple story serves as inspiration for a lot of young Saffas who have faced the same fate and given up
- Peeps thanked her for being honest and sharing her lovely story with them in the comments left under her Facebook post
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Caryn Cupido received praise galore after sharing her story. Her never-give-up attitude allowed for her to push herself to earn a National Senior Certificate. According to Caryn, she failed matric three years ago.
She decided to rewrite her exams but unfortunately failed again. Last year, she decided to try once more and lo and behold, she passed! She excitedly shared the news to Facebook where she posed proudly with her NSC.
Peeps have taken time out of their days to share messages of advice, thanks and motivation with the young lady.
Take a look at her Facebook post below:
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Read some of the sweet comments she received below:
Nerissa Williams said:
"Congratulations. God bless all your future endeavours."
Kamo Mokhele commented:
"Ma'am!? I went through the exact same thing. Rewrote 4 times. Got mine on the 5th try."
Qaasim Modo Abrahams shared:
"Persistence is the key to success."
Stacy Ndlela wrote:
"We don't quit. I love that."
Xolile X'Maestro Mbokazi Ngam added:
"It takes one brave woman and a huge courage for one to post such honest post. Hope it will continue motivating others that need to see this. Congratulations!! Don't stop there!"
Woman, 41, celebrates graduating law school, vows to pass bar exam
Previously, Briefly News reported that Twitter user and law school graduate Amber Goodwin (@amberkgoodwin) touched the hearts of many with her never give up attitude. Goodwin was determined to graduate law school, no matter the cost, even if it took 20 years.
Finally at the age of 41, Goodwin had graduated from law school and was one step closer to her dream of being a lawyer.
Goodwin’s journey has had its fair share of difficulties. Her recent attempt at the Texas bar exam did not quite go according to plan but this recent hiccup did nothing to damage the perseverance and dedication of this powerful woman.
Source: Briefly News