Determined young lady with poor academic background fought hard to emerge as the best-graduating student of the University of Ibadan, won 13 Awards

A young Nigerian lady, Adunola Shoge has emerged as the overall best-graduating student of the university of Ibadan.

Adunola who had a poor academic background graduated from the department of Ecotourism and Wildlife Management with a 6.4 out of 7.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average.

According to the young genius, when she was in primary school, she was a very dull student who often came last in her class and the word “dullard” became one of her names.

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Adunola became determined that that’s not who she was and she braced herself, changed schools, repeated four classes and worked so hard that she started becoming the brightest. For her, it is Per Adua Ad Astra, through difficulties, she rose to the stars.

She is a lady in shiny garb and toga of sterling wits and an epitome and embodiment of academic perfection and Olympian academic records.

According to her, “First class did not just happen; I had badly wanted it and knew I must graduate with a First Class before I resumed at UI. I had always prayed concerning it and promised my dad that I was going to graduate with a First Class and get the best out of my course of study.

On resuming at UI, with my mind fixed on that goal, all my actions and activities were directed towards that goal but I honestly did not know I would finally emerge as the overall best student. I only worked earnestly towards becoming the best-graduating student of my department and faculty but God helped to get more than I bargained for.”

Speaking on the steps she took to graduate with the first class she said,” While I was in school, I did not believe in a free time because the zeal to succeed kept me on my toes at all times. I was always studying very hard at every single opportunity I got in the university. I read to the extent that reading became my hobby and I ensured to do it every day irrespective of how tired I got or how busy my day was.

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It became an antidote to my survival on campus. I made sure to read my notes not less than 10 times before examinations and invested most of energy into reading because my heart badly yearned for an outstanding result.”

She therefore encouraged all up and coming students to work hard and put in their best to achieve sterling and scintillating results.

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