Lady Graduates With Second Class With 4.49 CGPA, She Was Close to First Class As 0.01 Kept Her Away

Lady Graduates With Second Class With 4.49 CGPA, She Was Close to First Class As 0.01 Kept Her Away

  • A young graduate, Anjolaoluwa Osunfisan, graduated with a second class upper with 4.49 CGPA, very close to getting her dream
  • Anjolaoluwa said that she worked too hard in the university not to get a first class degree, revealing she felt sad
  • With a new understanding of life, the young lady stated that she now knows her success is not tied to her grades

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A young Nigerian lady, Anjolaoluwa Osunfisan, has taken to LinkedIn to celebrate herself after graduating from Babcock University with a 4.49 CGPA, going home with a second-class upper.

The lady said that graduating with such a grade filled her with emotions as she had always dreamt of finishing her degree with a first class. Anjolaoluwa said she was not pleased with the outcome.

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The graduate said she prayed to God many times for a miracle.
The lady said that she was pained about her grade. Photo source: LinkedIn/Anjolaoluwa Osunfisan
Source: UGC

I felt really sad

The young lady added that many may be wondering why she is feeling down about her result, despite graduating with a 4.49 CGPA.

She stated that being too close to getting a first class especially as she needed just 0.01 was a big deal for her, looking at the fact that she worked so hard. '

The lady said she had been on a first class for the most part of her undergraduate programme except for a semester.

I prayed hard

Anjolaoluwa prayed and hoped for a miracle that the situation would change but nothing happened.

The lady revealed that she got some relief when she understood that her grade does not determine what she would be in the future.

Her post partly read:

“So here I am, a proud Second Class Upper graduate with a CGPA of 4.49 choosing gratitude and looking forward to the great things God would have me do in the Media Industry and life in general. I remain unlimited.”

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Omolola Okunlola said:

"You’re wonderful, Anjola."

Nwodika Onyeka said:

"The sky is just the beginning for you."

Faith Gora said:

"Congratulations. I know this feeling even though mine wasn’t this close. You will still attain all that a first class graduate will attain and even more because you’re not only first class material, you’re also a product of hard work and Gods grace. Go on and soar."

Saidat Salaudeen said:

"Congratulations anjola, 4.49 couldn't have been easy. You are unlimited! Congratulations."

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He is the best of all

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a young man, Ibrahim Alimi, whose news went viral days ago as he emerged as the best graduating student in both sciences and in the whole University of Lagos (UNILAG) made some revelations.

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He revealed that Wednesday, July 7, will always be a day to remember in his life. To achieve academic fame, the man had to pull off a CGPA of 4.98 out 5.0 at his department of mechanical engineering.

With that, he was given four awards and 15 prizes. In a LinkedIn post, the man appreciated the support he got from his family, friends, classmates, and others who supported him during the journey.


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