“I happen to be a direct beneficiary” – Hon Mancot
Wholeheartedly, some FUNAABITES during the previous 2016/2017 Academic session decided to improve the Academic Excellence of fellow students with some of their Audacious moves with various Academic Stakeholders in the University. Majority of Students don’t know the merits of the movement which yielded a lot of positive outcome for majority of the Final Year students. As the First Semester Examination is Approaching all Students need some holistic Measures in the way their Academic career would be Addressed.
Any Achievement in life that is not sustainable is not worthy of being referred to as an Accomplishment since majority of the Students Leaders engaged in the Group then were Finalist which broke the continuity of the Initiative. The Group is a movement that is supposed to be a continuous one due to the relative success Achieved in the previous Academic year. I want to Kindly challenge all Undergraduate to look inward and make a plan on how to sustain the movement so that you too can also improve the Academic performance of yourself and other Students.
Majority of Students were helped during the time frame of the SSANU, NASU and NAAT strike action, Some record of 0F result were tabled diplomatically to the Approximate quarters, Tutorials were conducted among all levels most especially Final year students, Reasonable and Justifiable Rectification were followed up duly without any bias, The Student Group was able to secure Some special lecture halls for Night Study/Class, other Assistance were rendered in all Ramifications and lest I forget the strike Action affected the move of the group in collating the Statistics of Students with lower Level courses for a Proper Attention from the Course Coordinators.
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I happen to be a direct beneficiary of the Group because of the help of some Brilliant students among us in teaching us Adequately during Tutorial for difficult courses such as SOS 513, SOS 515, PCP 501 etc. The Group also helped me directly in gaining access to the most silent environment for Study as well as Precision Practise of the Question of Our Academic Seniors.
The Group was also supported diligently by the following students leaders: Hon Mancot Yusuff Abdulafeez, Biobaku AK Kennybio, Hon Patrick Adeyemi Ridwan, Mack Odebowale Hopemack, Oluwajuwonlo Osunbiyi, Wahab Muhammed Oladele, Prince Sahid Abolade Bamigboye, John Egbekunle Ololade, abiodun Abiodun Horlarheeworlar Rasaq, Abdul Alim Ajenifuja, and host of others.
Conclusively, I want to urge all Academic Associations on campus to conduct Tutorial from 100- Final year, Coordinate Night Reading, Provide past Questions for preparation, See to the Emotional balance of their Annual due payers and also try to reduce failure by improving success because it is better to Maintain Success than to Manage Failure.
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