“Napakasipag!” Student continues to review for MTAP Math challenge while in evacuation center

  • Not even a natural disaster could stop a young student from studying for the MTAP Math challenge
  • Netizen Arnold I. Catapang shared how the student continued to study while in an evacuation center
  • Many netizens were inspired with the young student’s perseverance

A student has gained praise online for continuing to study despite being in an evacuation center.

Image by Arnold Catapang via Facebook

While many of those who were affected felt like their normal lives are on pause due to the Taal Volcano eruption, a student showed that life must move on despite it all. He inspired many to show that nothing could stop him from achieving his goal.

On Facebook, a photo of a young student who continued to study despite being an evacuee has inspired many netizens online. Shared by netizen Arnold I. Catapang, the student was actually studying for the upcoming MTAP Math challenge. He shared how the persevering student could not be stopped from working hard to achieve his dream.

Catapang wrote, “#BangonBatangas. Sa isang sulok ng evacuation center, ang mukha at pag-asa ng Batangas. Batang handang bumangon, ituloy ang pangarap sa gitna ng di pa mawaring kalagayan!”

He also shared the student’s reply on why he was still studying despite their situation. The student replied, “Nagrereview po ako kasi may laban po sa MTAP.”

Image by MMC

Netizens had nothing but praises for the young boy. Many said that this was one of the best examples of the trending hashtag #BangonBatangas as it showed many were ready to go back to their normal lives.

Netizen R. Flores wrote, “Good job utoy. Isa kang inspirasyon.” Another netizen J. Broso wrote, “Nakakahiya naman sa batang are. Good luck kid. Galingan mo ha.” Netizen K. Ann also said, “Panalo ka na utoy!! Ilaban mo ang Batangas sa Regional Finals!!! God bless you.”

Meanwhile, an advisory has been sent that the Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math challenge elimination round on January 16 and 17 has been moved to January 21, 2020 as soon as the suspension of classes will be lifted.

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