- A Nigerian lady identified as Eunice Nwenearizi has disclosed that bagging a first class is not an easy task
- The first class graduate of mass communication from Babcock University stated this in an interview with Legit TV
- She said dedication, focus, and putting away unnecessary distractions helped her in achieving her goal
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Eunice Nwenearizi, a Nigerian lady who graduated with a first class in mass communication from Babcock University, said it was not easy.
Speaking with Legit TV, the young lady said she had to put away unnecessary distractions and focus on her studies so she could achieve such feat.
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According to Eunice, in order to achieve the goal she set for herself during her undergraduate years, she ensured that she made friends with people of like minds.
She said when she told her parents that she would be graduating with a first class, her father encouraged her to double her efforts so her CGPA could be strong.
The young lady advised students to work at their own pace and ensure that they are not distracted in their quest to bagging a first class.
In her words:
"Don't let anybody push you into what you're not interested in. Follow your mind, follow your own calling. Put away distractions. There are lots of things that are actually fall under intense distractions but you may not know.
"You have to consider things that you feel may hinder your growth academically and push them aside."
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In a similar news, a woman identified as Asiyah Randera has celebrated her achievement after graduating with a first class in law from the University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom.
In a LinkedIn post, the woman shared a screenshot of the message she received from the chair of the exam board.
She captioned the screenshot:
"I am thrilled and lost for words after receiving this email on Friday."
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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