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Does Government Or Companies Consider High 2.1gp Over Low 2.1gp by Sirodian: 12:31pm On Jan 08, 2019
So please I've been confused and I need d graduates in d house to help me
Assuming I graduate with a 3.6 gp and another graduates with a 4.2 gp.... Would Government or a company hire d person over me Another question
Do companies ask you for your gp or just ask if it's first class, second class upper/lower etc.... Is my gp supposed to b stated on my certificate or cv Please I need serious answers
Re: Does Government Or Companies Consider High 2.1gp Over Low 2.1gp by servercodes001: 12:36pm On Jan 08, 2019
You guys have the same class of degree
They won't know your points
But they'll recognize the Olodo among you through interviews and tests
Re: Does Government Or Companies Consider High 2.1gp Over Low 2.1gp by EbukaHades10(m): 1:33pm On Jan 08, 2019
A 2.1 is a 2.1. Nothing concern them with the points

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