Nigerian young man who had F9 parallel in first class NECO bags


A Nigerian identified as Mayowa Joshua Amusan has revealed the difficult road he has come to finally emerge as the top graduate student.

Mayowa revealed that he came out with a first-class degree from the University of Ibadan and the top student in the agricultural economics department.

The graduate in a post on his LinkedIn noted that he had the F9 parallel in all of his papers from his very first National Examining Board, NECO.

According to Mayowa, he then erased all his papers at the West African Review Board, WAEC after his third session.

He noted that he proceeded to Ibadan Polytechnic and finished with a distinction.

Mayowa further said he moved to the University of Ibadan (UI) but was initially reluctant to enroll in POST-UTME for fear of failure.

However, with the support of his family members, he was admitted to unemployment insurance and became the best graduate student in the department.

Mayowa who shared a copy of the result wrote;

“Do not give up!.

“The first photo attached to this article is a snapshot of my very first written external review. I had failed that year in all the subjects for which I had taken an F9 Parallel. I had to go back to WAEC three times after this result before finally erasing all my papers.

“I then went to the Polytechnic in Ibadan. At first my GPA was pretty low, but with hard work, consistency, and God’s help, I made a distinction in agricultural technology.

“Even though I made a distinction, I was still reluctant to purchase the Post-UTME form for the University of Ibadan because I was worried that I would not pass the exams.

“My parents and siblings believed in me, and God willing, I was admitted by going straight to the 200 level to study agricultural economics. I not only did a first class, but I graduated as the best in my department.

“With God, hard work, a loving family and good friends, anything is possible.

“Keep going and DON’T give up! “


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