After breaking CGPA record in UI with 7.0 throughout, Nigerian lady gains scholarship in America

After breaking CGPA record in UI with 7.0 throughout, Nigerian lady gains scholarship in America

- An intelligent Nigerian lady, Ofure Ebhomielen, outshone many during her undergraduate programme in UI with a 7.0 CGPA score

- The lady said that there was never a semester when she had less than the CGPA even at 300 level when courses became tougher

- Now a graduate student at Stanford, the lady said the studying environment abroad is way better than what is obtainable in Nigeria

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A young Nigerian lady, Ofure Ebhomielen, once broke a big record at the University of Ibadan (UI) as the first female student to maintain a 7.0 CGPA throughout her course of study in the institution.

In an interview with Legit TV, Ofure revealed that she was the fourth person generally to have such a feat. After her big achievement, Ofure got a scholarship to Standford University for her masters.

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After breaking CGPA record in UI with 7.0 throughout, Nigerian lady gains scholarship in America
The lady said she was surprised when her scholarship came. Photo source: @OfureEbhomielen
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While a student in UI, Ofure said many knew her in 200 level and she started helping to make people better at their studies.

The smart lady recalled how she had a challenge in 300 level with mathematics. She said that a friend, Olawale Ahmed, tutored her.

When asked how she was able to pull off the US admission, Ofure jokingly said she applied and had to tell the coordinator that she cannot fund herself as the dollar to naira conversion is very high.

She revealed that the offer came to her when she was eating and least expected it. Ofure added that studying in the US is tasking, saying she got drained when she took only two courses in a semester unlike in Nigeria where the lady had survived 14.

Explaining the rigour, the graduate student went into how a course could have weekly assignments and series of tests as a way to ensure students really know what they signed up for.

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Watch the full interview below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, went online to celebrate herself after pushing hard and achieving a great academic feat.

The lady rejoiced as she announced that she has now officially graduated with a first-class in economics.

Aishat said that she finished at Elizade University in Ondo state with a CGPA of 3.86/4.0. As proof that she is not just hyping herself, the lady attached her result page to the post.

Source: Legit Newspaper

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