My par­ents spared me from house chores - Bhekiwe Magongo

Observer on Saturday - - News -

When a pupil has the full sup­port of her par­ents or guardian in her school work, she ex­cels.

This was ev­i­dent when one Bhekiwe Magongo of U-Tech High School ac­cu­mu­lated five Dis­tinc­tions (English, Life Ori­en­ta­tion, Busi­ness Stud­ies, Eco­nom­ics and Tourism) and two cred­its (SiSwati and Life Sci­ence).

Bhekiwe attributed her achieve­ments to the sup­port she got from her par­ents who went to the ex­tent of spar­ing her from do­ing house chores as they wanted her to con­cen­trate on her stud­ies.

More­over, Bhekiwe said she would en­gage in cross-night study­ing as she wanted to en­sure that she gets the best re­sult at the end of the year.

She warned her peers how­ever, that cross-night study­ing can only be done be­fore the start of the ex­am­i­na­tions. Bhekiwe said un­like many oth­ers, she believed in in­di­vid­ual work as she con­ducted her stud­ies alone, as com­pared to group study­ing.

She dis­closed that she also made use of weekend classes where the pupils would be as­sisted by their teach­ers in at­tend­ing to some dif­fi­cult top­ics. Mean­while, Bhekiwe dis­closed that she would like to un­der­take a Busi­ness Man­age­ment course abroad.

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