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This Unimas Student is So Power, She Scored 4.0 GPA & Was On Dean’s List for 7 Semesters



Unimas Student On Dean's List For 7 Semesters And Has 3.99 CGPA, Netizens Ask If She 'Eats' Pen Drive - WORLD OF BUZZ
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You’ve seen the super soldier (Captain America), now get ready for this super student. 

Just recently, Unimas Confessions shared the amazing achievement of a student named Kong En Yie on Twitter which went viral on social media. That’s because she was on the dean’s list for seven semesters and received 4.0 GPA for six semesters. Impressive! 

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Meanwhile, her CGPA score was 3.99!

As such, she received the prestigious Royal Education Award during her convocation at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas), which happened from 29 to 31 October 2018.

Besides her brilliant results, here are some of her other accomplishments:

  • Participated in Angelhack Singapore 2017
  • Finalist in the Huawei Seeds for the Future Programme 2018
  • Received the Higher Achiever Awards in FIT Dean’s List Awards Ceremony 2017 and 2018

It was understood that the 24-year-old network computing student is from a middle-class family in Teluk Intan, Perak where her father is a rubber-tapper and her mother works as a school cleaner.

Source: Facebook

Source: Facebook

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Her incredible achievement has made her family, friends, and the institution proud. Many congratulated her on Twitter but there were also some cheeky netizens who raised some questions about her memory power.

Here are some of the cheeky comments directed to Kong.

“How can she be so powerful? Did she eat pen drive?” 

“How many GB of memory does she have? Or is her brain a 1-terabyte hard disk?”

“I think her brain is basically Google.”

We have no idea how Kong managed to stay on the dean’s list for seven semesters but it must have something to do with hard work and discipline. We hope her story would motivate other students to hustle harder in their studies. Congrats, Kong! 


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