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Exam Malpractice Part 1 - No to Cheating!!!

Exam Malpractice Part 1 - No to Cheating!!!

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“My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness” 2 Corinthians 12 9a

After my WAEC, I took a decision to stop cheating in exams. For this reason, I tried to avoid unnecessary temptations. However, my second JAMB exams (Joint Admissions Matriculation Board), confronted me with an unexpected temptation. Somehow, JAMB reported that my scripts were not available. This caused me a huge delay. With 10 minutes to the end of my exams, I had about 30% unanswered questions. With imminent failure staring me in the face, and permission by sympathizing invigilators to seek “help” from anyone, I fell into malpractice. As I left the hall that day, I knew that although I may pass my exams, I had failed the test. With Christians, success does not lie in results but in keeping faith even in “failures”.

The Gospel gives us such victory over the fear of failures and every weakness in us. We know nothing separates a believer from God’s love because He chose us when we were weak and frail so that we can now fix our gaze on Him, away from ourselves.

Thus, after I repented, I resolved to prepare for my future exams. Whenever I found myself in situations out of control, I always remember that real failure is not failing that exam. Rather, I leaned on God’s sufficient grace, and I knew that my life and future was secured in Him even if I failed or passed!

To be Continued!!!







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