CURSORY : Female student of university of Ibadan who struggled with her grade in her first year, graduates with 2nd class degree.
A young Nigerian lady by name Oluwagbsemisola Olukogbe who started with a low CGPA has graduated from the university of Ibadan (UI) with a CGPA that most people would have considered unbelievable.
The student started her academic session with a CGPA of 1.75 but ended up graduating with a second class upper grade, and had an impressive grade in her final year project.
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She told her story from how she gained admission to the university of Ibadan in 2016 at the age of 15 to how she graduated with a second class lower, but had an excellent thesis in 2023.
In her words; “My first year: In summary, it was hell. I lacked core skills such as time management, teamwork, and building an academic team, and I didn’t understand my reading pattern.
”After the first semester exams, I had a GPA of 1.75; THAT’s A THIRD CLASS!!!. I told myself this wasn’t my result (lol). I am not this bad. I was one of the five leading in my secondary school.”
She also mentioned that due to some people she met in school, her grades started to turn around in her second semester.
She talked about people like Babatunde olowu, who taught her physics and also Sunday Eludodun, her fellowship president.
According to her, her final year was the best year she had at the University of Ibadan, haven had a CGPA of 3.32. She also said that she was happy with her achievements as she had a distinction in her final year project.
Oluwagbsemisola said that she got to understand the benefit of having good friends.
Furthermore, she added that even though her project was tiring and challenging, her supervisor prepared her mentally, and she ended up scoring 74 in her six (6) unit project which was a distinction. According to her, her supervisor is the best.
She shared her story, hoping to inspire students who hope to achieve changes in their CGPA.
View her post on LinkedIn below:
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