Despite a mass disaster available by students in a recently expelled National Examinations Council (NECO) and Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) results, some students have renowned themselves and continue to make a republic unapproachable with their well-developed performances.
One of them is Miss Tolulope Falokun, a former tyro of St. Louis College, Akure, Ondo state, who scored a best altogether outcome in a 2011 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). She surfaced over a million students who sat for a same examinations, scoring A1 in all 9 subjects she purebred for. She went forward to arrange tops in a 2011 UTME scoring 290 and emerged as a second altogether best tyro in a Post-UTME conducted by a Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife with 336 marks.
As a prerogative for her hardwork, a Ondo State supervision yesterday awarded her a grant to investigate Law during a Obafemi Awolowo University for doing a state unapproachable as a altogether best tyro in a 2011 WASSCE.
Apart from a full scholarship, she would also advantage from a state government’s annual bursaries and other packages supposing for Law students both in a University and a Law School.
Miss Falokun’s feat is indeed a exhale of uninformed atmosphere entrance after a open cheer that followed a recover of a NECO and UTME results.
In a recently expelled 2012 UTME results, usually 49.64% of a 1.5 million possibilities that sat for a hearing scored 200 and above, with usually 3 possibilities scoring 300 and above out of a sum symbol of 400.
Similarly, usually about 10% of NECO’s 104,187 possibilities performed credits and above in 5 subjects including English and Mathematics. And in a 2011 WASSCE, usually about 30% of a possibilities got adult to 5 credits including English and Mathematics.
I wish Miss Falokun a really best as she stairs into a University. She has positively finished a republic proud.
News Source: Tribune