Over the years, We have heard of Nigerians going over to foreign countries to continue their education. One of the amazing thing is that they always graduate with excellent result and the most funniest thing is that most of them don't perform excellently in Nigeria. This shows that nigerians professor or lecturers are not marking Nigeria students well in their examination because if they are marking us well, We should be able to make first class easily.
Today a particular man who graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a third class degree finally shared his story with us. He said his lecturers told him to participate in an IQ test which he gladly did. This happened in Canada. It was from there they discovered he is a genius. At the end of the day, He topped his class in Canada.
See What The Man Said Below:
Dear readers, Kindly Share your own view on why most Nigeria students perform better in foreign countries than in Nigeria.
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