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Man Narrates How His ‘Sister’ Scored High In JAMB But Didn’t Gain Admission, USA Offers Her Scholarship Instead

An X user has shared an inspiring story of how his sister-in-law secured two fully funded scholarship in a US University after being denied admission twice at Unilag.

A user on X shared the story of his sister-in-law, who secured two fully funded scholarships to a U.S. university after twice being denied admission to the University of Lagos (Unilag).

According to @captainarinze, his sister-in-law initially scored 284 on her JAMB exam but was unable to gain admission to Unilag for a medicine program. Despite improving her score to 320 the following year, she was still not admitted.

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Undeterred, she took the SAT exam, scoring 1450 after just two weeks of preparation. This led to her receiving two fully funded scholarships and one partial scholarship from a U.S. university.

He wrote:

“My sister-in-law is an intelligent girl. She scored 284 on her first JAMB but couldn’t get into Unilag to study medicine. The next year, she scored 320 but still no admission into Unilag (I can’t explain it). I couldn’t just sit back and watch her talent go to waste. So, I got her to take the SAT exam. She prepped for only two weeks and scored 1450. We started applying for scholarships in the US, and she got two fully funded scholarships and one partial one. Last week, she went for her visa interview. In a few months, she’ll be heading to the United States.

I am still confused that she couldn’t get into Unilag. Something is definitely wrong with our system.

I am happy she is going to somewhere she can truly shine and explore her full potential.

It’s a shame we keep losing our brightest minds.

To be successful, you need opportunity, information, and access.”

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