UiTM Student Wows Viewers By Achieving Vice Chancellor’s Award Despite Challenge of Keeping Awake During Classes!
BY: Michelle Liew
Sleeping during lectures is no strange occurrence in universities considering many students often work part time or spend nights completing assignments. However, not many students who spend most of their time sleeping in class can properly absorb the knowledge to ace their exams. A student from UiTM has proved this statement wrong after recently going viral for sharing his classroom endeavours.
The student was seen not only graduating with flying colours, but he was also praised for successfully achieving the Vice Chancellor’s Award (ANC) from Mara University of Technology (UiTM) recently.
Through the video, the graduate shared some photos of him often falling asleep during lectures.
"He is not sleeping, he is absorbing knowledge from books," wrote the caption of the video.
Despite often sleeping during lectures, the graduate managed to wear a pink sash for his convocation, which is quite famous among UiTM graduates.
To obtain the sash or the ANC, graduates must obtain a dean's award with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.50 or higher each semester.
A survey in the comment section found that the average user was amazed by the graduate's achievements.
"There is always someone like this in class! They may be sleeping all the time, but they get great results all the time. If we follow his style, we will be destroyed," joked a user.
While sleeping may not be the best studying mechanism, it certainly paved the way for this young graduate to soar high in his education journey!