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Two Things Worthy Of Note From Unilorin Best Graduating Student Who Got 192 in JAMB

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It was recently reported by that a young Nigerian man who goes by the name Adeola Joseph, had posted on his LinkedIn page congratulating himself on his achievement of being the Best Graduating Student of the University of Ilorin 2020 set of graduands.

The young man made it known in the post that he got 196 when he wrote the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) exam but now he was graduating as the best student with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.92/5.0.

He also said that he was the first person to be a graduate in his family and that God made him a somebody from a nobody he was before.

Due to his high and outstanding feat, Adeola was selected to be a beneficiary of the university's Merit Award.

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His success in his education is truly one to reckon with and a great source of inspiration to other undergraduates to take their education seriously in order to also achieve such a great feat.

Two things worthy of note from the Graduate

1. He worked on his academic improvement: This was proven by his exceptional CGPA result compared to his JAMB result. The only way he was able to achieve such a great feat was by putting more focus into his studies. As we all know, Jamb result is marked as any score gotten over 400. When the young man took his Jamb exam, he didn't even make up to 200 as he scored a mere 196; however, he made a good and outstanding comeback by scoring a CGPA of 4.92, missing only 8 points to have made the overall 5.0 benchmark. This shows that you can always improve and perform better than you did previously if you choose to focus on your development and work on your flaws.

2. He got the reward for his hardwork: As the saying goes, good things comes to those who work hard. Adeola Joseph, the young Nigerian graduate, has gotten his reward for his hardwork in his academics by bagging the award for best graduating student in his university and also being selected as a beneficiary for the school's Merit Award. This has proven that hardwork pays off no matter how long it takes, just be consistent and prolific.

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