- A Nigerian man studying in Paris said the teaching methods over there are different from what could be found in Nigerian higher institutions
- According to George Christopher, a question students will need an extra sheet to answer in Nigeria can be answered in three lines over there
- The young man said a lot of his professors are more interested in how well students understand a particular course than their grades
George Christopher, a Nigerian man studying in Paris, has said the difference between studying abroad and schooling in Nigeria is the approaches and methods.
Speaking with Legit TV, the young man said professors could ask students to answer questions in three lines instead of using the whole page.
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According to him, he had a problem with making his points concise and restricted to the three lines as instructed. George said he failed a course because of this.
In his words:
"Exam in the schools here carries the lowest marks. They don't test your knowledge through exams."
He said studying abroad could make success come much easier and faster especially when the students go back to Africa.
According to him, answering questions in class carries ten points.
In his words:
"Your participation in class carries ten points, your research paper alone carries about 60 to 70 points. Exam in the schools here carries the lowest marks. They don't test your knowledge through exams."
In other news, a Nigerian lady advised Nigerians intending to travel abroad that they can do it without having millions in their account.
The lady with the Twitter handle @Mochievous said she left Nigeria on her N100k salary as a lawyer in Lagos.
"I emigrated out of Nigeria on my N100k salary as a lawyer in Lagos. There are many ways to do it legally that do not require you having 10 million Naira."