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6 Reasons Why Students Fail in Examinations

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While trying to answer the question “why students fail in examinations”, it is essential to let you know that failure in an examination is not the end of living.

It is the joy of every student to come out in the exams in flying colours, but not everyone passes an exam. Most students who sit for an exam end up with average grades, while few have excellent results.

Can we say this is a result of not preparing for the examination at all? Of course, this is not in all cases. I have seen students complaining about reading and that no matter how hard they’ve read or studied, they end up failing.

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I am not saying that every student that failed an examination had prepared for the examination. But how do we explain the situation of those that performed well – as they claim and still fail.

Well, I considered the issue and came up with my findings which we will look into.

6 Reasons Why Students Fail in Examinations

Not Studying Enough

Most of the time, we think we’re done studying, but in the real sense, we’re not. Reading or studying a book or a syllabus is not something you can cover within a few days, and imagine that you have a better understanding of the course/subject. It would be best if you spent more time going through the materials at hand.

This will make you understand the course more than you think you can. After you reach a level of understanding of any topic, move ahead to solve questions.

Getting solutions to questions goes a long way. It continues to make the course relevant to you while you have a better understanding of the subject.

You can also go the extra mile by teaching someone in your class or discussing the topic with your friends. Doing this will make you remember what you’ve read.

Poor Writing

Illegible handwriting enables the owner of a written notebook to understand what they have written down entirely.

Imagine reading your note, and you can’t comprehend what was written down by you. This won’t prepare you well unless you can get the notes rewritten by friends or other classmates.

Poor handwriting makes a student prepare less, but it also affects the grading of a student. When you write down the answer expected of you, but the examiner finds it challenging to see what you’ve written down, then you’ll score a lesser mark if not zero.

Improve your handwriting and always avoid joining of letters in a word together. This will make it legible and easy to read by an examiner.

Skipping Classes

Most instructors will not ask you what you are not taught. If so, then we don’t have a reason to fail!

But the reverse is the case since many so-called students find joy in staying out of classrooms. However, there are instances when you miss a class for some tangible reasons.

This is still understandable and permitted but shouldn’t become a habit. Most students who indulge in this habit are the average and weak students who try to imitate the smart guy in their group.

Learn to go to school early and stay in classes. Also, listen to your instructor, take note of points they are making and ask questions when what they teach is not clear.

Doing all these will make you come out in flying colours when the examination eventually comes around.

Not Buying Recommended Textbooks

A student can’t do without textbooks. The textbook gives you more opportunities to learn more about what your teacher teaches and better understand a topic.

With a good textbook, you can prepare for the next lesson that will come up in a subject by reading the next topic ahead of the class.

This will make the class more interactive with the teacher. You will get the explanation quickly and will be able o ask questions on specific areas that were not clear after the teacher’s explanation.

Students who read ahead of a class are the teacher’s favourites because they can easily understand a concept with little or no explanation.

Crash-Reading

Many students don’t read their notes until examination. They allow the notes to pile up and start reading a week into the examination.

This eventually makes them force the contents into their head – thereby force to memorize what they should have learned without any trouble.

As examination days get closer, they start getting worried when they can’t meet up with a subject or course syllabus. This turns out to be one of the 6 reasons why students fail in examinations.

If you are one of those students that enjoys this bad habit, it’s high time you do yourself a favour by correcting it.

Although many students are excellent at it, I will stand that it is not the best way to learn.

A student who crash-read may not explain any of the topics in a subject immediately after they finish a terrible exam.

Making Mistakes in an Examination

Pressure does set in for some students during an examination and make them lose focus. A student under pressure may solve a question more than thrice as they may continue to cancel their work after every attempt.

Anytime you are going for an examination, ensure that you leave for the hall well-settled without anything troubling your mind. Remember I told you that most examiners wouldn’t ask you things they didn’t teach.

So, just sit back and relax, wait till the question gets to you and start solving with complete confidence and zero pressure.

With good preparation and without making mistakes in an examination, you are bound to pass with good grades.

Just like “The Law of 5 P’s” that I learned in college, which reads;

Proper preparation prevents poor performance.

It is good to know that before you take an examination, adequate and efficient planning includes going to classes, buying textbooks and writing notes (with legible handwriting).

Also, proper studying will get you good grades and let you come out in flying colours.

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OnePlus 9RT 5G Full Specifications and Price

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Here are the full specifications of the OnePlus 9RT 5G smartphone device and the price you need to know before buying one with your money or on credit.

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OnePlus 9RT 5G Full Specifications

General

Brand
OnePlus
Model
9RT 5G
Display
AMOLED, 120Hz, HDR10+
Body type
Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5), glass back (Gorilla Glass 5), aluminium frame
Protection
Corning Gorilla Glass 5
Dimensions
162.2 x 74.6 x 8.3 mm
Weight
198.5 g
Battery capacity
Li-Po 4500 mAh, non-removable
Fast charging
Yes, 65W

100% in 29 min

Wireless charging
No
Uptime
N/A
Colour variants
Hacker Black, Nano Silver and Blue
Released year
October 2021

Display

Screen size
6.62 inches
Resolution
1080 x 2400 pixels at 397 PPI density
Aspect ratio
20:9 ratio

Hardware

Processor
Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G (5 nm) chipset

Octa-core 1×2.84 GHz Kryo 680, 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 680 and 4×1.80 GHz Kryo 680 CPU

Adreno 660 GPU

RAM
8GB, 12GB
Internal storage
128GB, 256GB, MicroSD non-expandable
MicroSD Limit
No

Camera

Rear camera
Quad Lens, 50 MP camera at f/1.8 aperture, 16 MP at f/2.2 and 2 MP at f/2.4 with Dual-LED flash, Panorama and HDR
Front camera
Single Lens, 16 MP camera at f/2.4 aperture with Auto-HDR
Camera functions
N/A

Software

OS
Android 11
Skin
ColorOS 12

Connectivity

Wi-Fi
Yes
GPS
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
NFC
Yes
USB type
USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go
SIM type
Dual, Nano-SIMs
GSM/CDMA
GSM
2G
Yes
2G bands
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G
Yes
3G bands
HSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1800 / 1900 / 2100

CDMA2000 1xEV-DO

4G/ LTE
Yes
4G bands
LTE band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41 – Global
5G
Yes
5G bands
5G band 1, 3, 5, 8, 28, 40, 41, 78 SA/NSA – Global
Speed
HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G

Sensors

Fingerprint
Yes, under the display, optical
Proximity
Yes
Barometer
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Gyroscope
Yes
Compass
Yes
Others
Face ID

Sound

Loudspeaker
Yes
3.5mm jack
No

MISC

Also in the box
Charging Adapter, USB Cable and User Manual

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OnePlus 9RT 5G is priced at around $605 in the United States, €529 in Europe and ₦249,500 in Nigeria. Prices in other specific countries and currencies are provided below.

United States
$605
United Kingdom
£445
Europe
€529
China
¥3,825
India
₹44,920
Nigeria
₦249,500
Ghana
Gh₵3,775
South Africa
ZAR9,295
Kenya
Ksh68,369
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Oppo A56 5G Full Specifications and Price

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Here are the full specifications of the Oppo A56 5G smartphone device and the price you need to know before buying one with your money or on credit.

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Oppo A56 5G Full Specifications

General

Brand
Oppo
Model
A56 5G
Display
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 16M colours
Body type
Glass front, plastic back, plastic frame
Protection
Corning Gorilla Glass 3 or Panda
Dimensions
163.8 x 75.6 x 8.4 mm
Weight
189 g
Battery capacity
Li-Po 5000mAh, non-removable
Fast charging
Yes, 10W
Wireless charging
No
Uptime
N/A
Colour variants
Black, Violet and Blue
Released year
November 2021

Display

Screen size
6.5 inches
Resolution
720 x 1600 pixels at 270 PPI density
Aspect ratio
20:9 ratio

Hardware

Processor
MediaTek MT6833 Dimensity 700 5G (7 nm) chipset

Octa-core 2×2.2 GHz Cortex-A76 and 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55 CPU

Mali-G57 MC2 GPU

RAM
4GB, 6GB
Internal storage
32GB, MicroSD expandable
MicroSD Limit
Up to 512GB

Camera

Rear camera
Dual Lens, 13 MP camera at f/2.2 aperture and 2MP at f/2.4 with LED flash and HDR
Front camera
Single Lens, 8 MP camera
Camera functions
Autofocus, Digital zoom and Touch focus

Software

OS
Android 11
Skin
ColorOS 11.1

Connectivity

Wi-Fi
Yes
GPS
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
NFC
No
USB type
USB Type-C 2.0
SIM type
Dual, Nano-SIMs
GSM/CDMA
GSM
2G
Yes
2G bands
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G
Yes
3G bands
HSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100

CDMA2000 1x

4G/ LTE
Yes
4G bands
LTE band 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41
5G
Yes
5G bands
5G band 1, 28, 41, 77, 78
Speed
HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A, 5G

Sensors

Fingerprint
Yes, side-mounted
Proximity
Yes
Barometer
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Gyroscope
No
Compass
Yes
Others
Face ID

Sound

Loudspeaker
Yes
3.5mm jack
Yes

MISC

Also in the box
Charging Adapter, USB Cable and User Manual

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Oppo A56 5G Price

Oppo A56 5G is priced at around $239 in the United States, €209 in Europe and ₦99,300 in Nigeria. Prices in other specific countries and currencies are provided below.

United States
$239
United Kingdom
£175
Europe
€209
China
¥1,519
India
₹17,830
Nigeria
₦99,300
Ghana
Gh₵1,499
South Africa
ZAR3,689
Kenya
Ksh27,125
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Motorola Moto Tab G70 Full Specifications and Price

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Here are the full specifications of the Motorola Moto Tab G70 tablet device and the price you need to know before buying one with your money or on credit.

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Motorola Moto Tab G70 Full Specifications

General

Brand
Motorola
Model
Moto Tab G70
Display
IPS LCD, 400 nits (typ)
Body type
Glass front, aluminium back, aluminium frame
Protection
Scratch Resistant Glass
Dimensions
258.4 x 163 x 7.5 mm
Weight
500 g
Battery capacity
Li-Po 7700 mAh, non-removable
Fast charging
Yes, 20W
Wireless charging
No
Uptime
N/A
Colour variants
Modernist Teal and Blue
Released year
January 2022

Display

Screen size
11.0 inches
Resolution
1200 x 2000 pixels at 212 PPI density
Aspect ratio
5:3 ratio

Hardware

Processor
Mediatek MT6785 Helio G90T (12 nm) chipset

Octa-core 2×2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 and 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55 CPU

Mali-G76 MC4 GPU

RAM
4GB
Internal storage
64GB, MicroSD expandable
MicroSD Limit
Not Specified

Camera

Rear camera
Single Lens, 13 MP camera at f/2.2 aperture with LED flash
Front camera
Single Lens, 8 MP camera at f/2.0 aperture
Camera functions
No

Software

OS
Android 11
Skin
N/A

Connectivity

Wi-Fi
Yes
GPS
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
NFC
No
USB type
USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go
SIM type
No
GSM/CDMA
No
2G
No
3G
No
4G/ LTE
No
5G
No
Speed
No

Sensors

Fingerprint
No
Proximity
Yes
Barometer
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Gyroscope
Yes
Compass
No
Others
Face ID

Sound

Loudspeaker
Yes
3.5mm jack
Yes

MISC

Also in the box
Charging Adapter, USB Cable and User Manual

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Motorola Moto Tab G70

Motorola Moto Tab G70 is priced at around $430 in the United States, €380 in Europe and ₦179,600 in Nigeria. Prices in other specific countries and currencies are provided below.

United States
$430
United Kingdom
£319
Europe
€380
China
¥2,745
India
₹32,225
Nigeria
₦179,600
Ghana
Gh₵2,665
South Africa
ZAR6,665
Kenya
Ksh49,000
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