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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Thiamine(m): 10:31am On Sep 13
dejt4u:
chances of her finishing with a first class in O.A.U would have been very slim.. that her year one result is not really exceptional in O.A.U. year one GP is always like that. m so sure, many of her colleagues then would have better GP in that 100L

I doubt her graduating with first class,part one for that matter. what if she was a science student.

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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Ashley86400: 10:44am On Sep 13
Go, Fola, go Fola. . .
Her sister, Fiyin, is just as smart.
Both their parents work in a general hospital. Her Dad is a well known doctor in Osun state.
Not everyone successful person has to be poor.
Some people were made. .others were groomed.

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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Johnnyessence: 11:12am On Sep 13
kevoh:

I don't know how the jamb thing works these days. But if I was to print something and my printer is bad, I would click print and then from the print window tab I would save it as PDF instead or xps format, though PDF is better. Then take the PDF doc in a flash drive to the cafe and pay N50 for black and white or N200 for coloured instead of N2000. That cafe wants to rip you off! You need to be smart about it! Learn how to use print window to save as PDF doc and print at your own convenient time/place.
nice reply from you here. Infact I have been expecting this kind of reply. Nice one from you.

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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by edidos: 11:24am On Sep 13
Na sadistic lecturers no let the girl get 5.0 cgpa in OAU what stops her from getting 5.0 in Nigeria if she can make 360/360 in U.K
(Discouraging Nigerian Lecturers)

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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Johnnyessence: 12:20pm On Sep 13
Jarus:


Exactly. My CGPA at the end of year one was 4.9. A in all but one course for the entire year 1.

I struggled to make 4.6 by the end of 4th year.

Very slim chance of 4.53 eventually making a first class at the end of 5 years.
ehhhh you be guru oooo. Efiwe. Upon Nigeria challenges in institution, you still scape through. Love that. Congrats.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by mechanics(m): 12:42pm On Sep 13
Congratulations.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Clement111(m): 1:58pm On Sep 13
[quote author=ADENIKETINA2015 post=60367076]Oh my country!
But who do "US" this thing
I'm so sure she would have just graduated with a distinction(going by her initial CGPA) without setting any record if she had stayed back thanks to our ever frustrating educational system and lecturers who have sworn never to give you an "A"
They bombard you with so many borrowed courses that is irrelevant to your field

When I tell people I can't wait to leave this country for the three arms of government, some of them always come up with the cliche of "who will make it right if we all leave"
My late Grand Parents stayed back and fought to make it work and here we are still trying to make it work

But I'm not ready to let this country ruin me.
One country can not come and kill me.
When your country forces you to venture into bet9ja, then my brethren you really need to leave ASAP.

For everyone who has the means and also desires to relocate, Pls don't think twice about it - JUST GO INFACT RUN and if possible RUN with your FAMILY MEMBERS.

And whoever knows this rare gem should advice her to stay back and practice there (if she gets called and she really does stand the chance)
Brain drain? Yes!!!

But what have we achieved with the amount of scholars who came back after their studies?

A lot end up with stunted growth in their various fields due to the inefficiencies of our "Selfless Leaders"

I just want her to be in:

A place she'll be able to practice true judiciary without anybody hunting for her life.

A place she wouldn't be blackmailed with her past in order not to carry on with a case.

A place where she will not have to worry about the tag that "All Lawyers Are Liars"

A place she will not need to dance to the tune of politicians to make a name and a living

This country weak me! [wow!! wow!! wow!!! Am so impress with u and ur post kudos to you, #thumb up]
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by ADENIKETINA2015(f): 9:37pm On Sep 13
[quote author=Clement111 post=60416990][/quote]
Thanks for the compliment.It's an honour!

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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by wanderlust007(m): 10:08pm On Sep 13
TomjoTM:
Coming from a barrage of hot 7-9 courses from OAU, 4 courses is nothing, and coupled with the fact that she's naturally good and in a very conducive environment for learning, it's safe to say it's expected. But then again she would have finished with a first class in OAU, if you are exceptional, you are exceptional any where.
I'm currently in my final yr studying Mech. Engineering @FUNAAB... my 500L 1st semester was wen I took d least number of courses n datz 7. Took 13 courses in my 200L 2nd semester, twas like hell. Some changes are being made already as d current 200L set r nt taking dat much but its still "MUCH"
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Godwinnairaland: 2:16pm On Sep 14
kevoh:

I don't know how the jamb thing works these days. But if I was to print something and my printer is bad, I would click print and then from the print window tab I would save it as PDF instead or xps format, though PDF is better. Then take the PDF doc in a flash drive to the cafe and pay N50 for black and white or N200 for coloured instead of N2000. That cafe wants to rip you off! You need to be smart about it! Learn how to use print window to save as PDF doc and print at your own convenient time/place.
Thank you Sir, I have done that by myself, much thanks to you all.
but.. sir I heard a rumour that one has to pay additional thirteen thousand naira for the admission process after the two thousand naira remitta form for post utme, how true is this info sir?
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by kevoh(m): 2:30pm On Sep 14
Godwinnairaland:

Thank you Sir, I have done that by myself, much thanks to you all.
but.. sir I heard a rumour that one has to pay additional thirteen thousand naira for the admission process after the two thousand naira remitta form for post utme, how true is this info sir?
Lol... I have zero knowledge of Jamb process, consult with your peers in the education section of Nairaland or take a trip to the nearest Jamb office for authentic information.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Chelseafan1: 11:21pm On Sep 14
Ashley86400:
Go, Fola, go Fola. . .
Her sister, Fiyin, is just as smart.
Both their parents work in a general hospital. Her Dad is a well known doctor in Osun state.
Not everyone successful person has to be poor.
Some people were made. .others were groomed.

True.

Do you know their eldest Feyi, she is equally bright and lovely.

She was in part 1 English when I was in part 2 Architorture.

Their cousins are also very very good.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Ashley86400: 8:40am On Sep 15
Chelseafan1:


True.

Do you know their eldest Feyi, she is equally bright and lovely.

She was in part 1 English when I was in part 2 Architorture.

Their cousins are also very very good.

I meant Feyi, jare. Yeah. .we played together as kids. Do u have Feyi's number?
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Chelseafan1: 9:31am On Sep 15
Ashley86400:


I meant Feyi, jare. Yeah. .we played together as kids. Do u have Feyi's number?

Oh nice.

Yea, I do.

Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Ashley86400: 1:03pm On Sep 15
Chelseafan1:


Oh nice.

Yea, I do.
Could you send it as a direct message to my instagram. My account name is Ashley86400.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Chelseafan1: 1:10pm On Sep 15
Ashley86400:

Could you send it as a direct message to my instagram. My account name is Ashley86400.

Sent.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Ashley86400: 1:16pm On Sep 15
Chelseafan1:


Sent.
Thanks.
Haven't seen it tho. .
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Chelseafan1: 10:06pm On Sep 15
Ashley86400:

Thanks.
Haven't seen it tho. .

Have you seen it now?
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by GentlemanAyo(m): 11:10pm On Sep 15
Jarus:


Exactly. My CGPA at the end of year one was 4.9. A in all but one course for the entire year 1.

I struggled to make 4.6 by the end of 4th year.

Very slim chance of 4.53 eventually making a first class at the end of 5 years.
Bro I understand you but it is not always like what you have said. There are several people I know their CGP wasn't decreasing but increasing every session. One of my classmates in school made a 4.51 at our final result, he started with a 3.86. Oh boy come and see 5.0, 4.8, 4.7 starting from 200 level, another guy started with a 4.45 but eventually finished with a 4.64. Meanwhile a guy started with a 4.95, he ended up with a 4.60, a lady started with a 4.50 and ended up with a 3.52. 100 level is still a baby level, you can't use it to judge one's performance, there are chances your CGP drops and there are chances your CGP increases. For your mind you go deh feel like best student for the whole school in your 100 level not knowing you will never be close to it.

As for me, I won't expect anything less from Fola, she had the best result in WAEC for her set. Not the best result in her school or Osun State but the whole of Nigeria. If she doesn't finish with a first class, I will personally condemn her because you can't get that result she got for her O'level if you are not a genius or at least close to being a genius except if she cheated during the exam which I want to believe she didn't. In fact processing admission to OAU was very below her standard, she should have flown abroad from the outset. Lol.

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Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Jarus(m): 11:41pm On Sep 15
GentlemanAyo:

Bro I understand you but it is not always like what you have said. There are several people I know their CGP wasn't decreasing but increasing every session. One of my classmates in school made a 4.51 at our final result, he started with a 3.86. Oh boy come and see 5.0, 4.8, 4.7 starting from 200 level, another guy started with a 4.45 but eventually finished with a 4.64. Meanwhile a guy started with a 4.95, he ended up with a 4.60, a lady started with 4.50 and ended up with a 3.52. 100 level is still a baby level, you can't use it to judge one's performance, there are chances your CGP drops and there are chances your CGP increases. For your mind you go deh feel like best student for the whole school in your 100 level not knowing you will never be close to it.

As for me, I won't expect anything less from Fola, she had the best result in WAEC for her set. Not the best result in her school or Osun State but the whole of Nigeria. If she doesn't finish with a first class, I will personally condemn her because you can't get that result she got for her O'level if you are not a genius or at least close to being a genius except if she cheated during the exam which I believe she didn't. In fact processing admission to OAU was very below her standard, she should have flown abroad from the outset. Lol.

I agree with you.
Re: Mary Folafoluwa Oginni, Best Student In WAEC Who Left Nigeria Due To ASUU Strike by Clement111(m): 10:40pm On Sep 22
You welcome dear Thanks for the compliment.It's an honour! [/quote]

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