Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities

Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities

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Types of Invigilators You Would Find in Nigerian Universities.

Heyy guys. How is the week going? It is Monday already, the busiest and most hated day of the week. Well, read this Monday Motivation here to encourage you to go on with the week, lol, it is not like you have a choice though.  Anyway, it is very typical for universities to organise exams at the end of every semester, that’s even what most students read for, they do not read to learn, they read to pass their exams. Of course, the examination halls are always invigilated by lecturers or admin officers. Trust me,  the exam halls always have this tensed up atmosphere, but some invigilators help in easing the nerves. We shall be looking at “Types of Invigilators you would Find in Nigerian Universities”.

Here are some types of invigilators you would find in a typical Nigerian University.

  1. The Destroyers.

    Tyoes of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The Evil Ones

    These are the evil types of invigilators that rearrange the seating position after everyone has planned to seat beside their friends, and  formed formation.

  2. The Evil Ones.

    Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The Evil Ones

    These types of invigilators are the ones that came to invigilate for the purpose of catching people that are cheating. They like forming James Bond and they like overdoing. They would never accept your apology once they catch you cheating, and you must fill examination malpractice form.

  3. The Sleepers.

    Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The Sleepers

    These types of invigilators came for the sole purpose of sleeping in the exam hall. They wake up and look around for some minutes, then they are sleeping again. It is very easy to cheat with these ones. Be thankful when you have a sleeper as an invigilator.

  4. The Silent Devils.

    Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The Silent Devils

    These types of invigilators are the really smart ones, and they know when students are cheating. They purposely act like snakes to catch students. Most times, they pretend as if they cannot see people, but when they finally catch you, you are doomed.

  5. The Noise Makers.

    Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The Noise Makers

    These type of invigilators are constantly shouting announcements every minute. These ones are the annoying type of distractions, like yes we already get it, we are supposed to write our matric number on our answer booklets, and we are not supposed to write on our question paper, you’ve said it a 1001 times now.

  6. The Inspectors.

    Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The Inspectors

    These invigilators would stand like soldier beside you, reading and analyzing what you are writing. If you are not careful, these types of invigilators can make you forget how to write “a”, like can they just move away from you. You would be left wondering whether you are writing rubbish.

  7. The Funny ones.

    Types of Invigilators in Nigerian Universities
    The funny ones

    These ones crack jokes a lot in the exam hall, they make fun of students writing rubbish or students chewing their pens. These ones are chilled, but they can be really distracting if they don’t mellow their jokes down.

  8. The Time Consumers.

    Types of Inviilators in Nigerian Universities
    The time consumers

    These ones don’t even brief you how long you have spent in the exam hall, they just keep quiet and walk around, and the next thing you know, they are shouting “2 minutes more”, “time up, stop writing!!!“, like dudeeee, we haven’t even spent up to 20 minutes in this hall.

 

Feel free to add yours. Put them at the comments section below, and let us continue the thread.

Read Types of Lecturers You’d Find in the University here.

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