When the nation went into lockdown in March 2020 after the Covid-19 pandemic hit, Omatla Sebetlele acknowledged he had two options. To consider the break to be a free occasion or to show more noteworthy obligation to his homework.
He said his school - Tiego Tawana Secondary School - didn't approach innovation, so he was unable to go to online classes. All things being equal, their instructors sent them tasks through WhatsApp. Understudies with no admittance to cellphones got all their work before the school shut, he said.
"Responsibility is something singular. Assuming you are focused on your studies, everything is good to go. During the hard lockdown, the instructors gave us work to do at home so we were unable to be abandoned. It was up to the person to get it done."
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Since responsibility has paid off with five qualifications in Setswana, English, maths proficiency, life direction and history. Sebetlele said he was focusing on three differentiations.
He said being efficient was likewise pivotal for his prosperity. "I needed to have a legitimate plan to ensure I carried on with a healthy lifestyle. A schedule assists me with utilizing my time successfully. Homework generally starts things out, yet I actually set aside a few minutes for leisure activities like singing and playing cricket."
Sebetlele said he expected to get a bursary to concentrate on law at North-West University.
"I have without exception needed to be an attorney as far back as I can recollect. It has forever been my obsession."
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