Aminat Yusuf Reveals 3 Tips On How To Pass Exams Easily √√ The Scoper Media 


  Amina Yusuf releases tips on how to excel as a university student who hopes to finish with first class.

Aminat Yusuf is a law graduate who made history as the first student to score a perfect 5.0 CGPA at Lagos State University (LASU) in Nigeria. She achieved the feat in the 2023 academic session and was rewarded with N10 million by the Lagos state governor.

She also received an automatic employment offer from the Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki.

How did she do it?

Here are three tips from Aminat on how to ace your exams and become a first-class graduate.


Aminat said the first thing you need to do is to love what you are studying and enjoy it. She added that having an interest in your course will make it easier for you to read and understand it. She also posited that you should choose a course that suits your personality and abilities, and your choice should not be based on peer pressure or parental influence.


Don’t wait till exam time to study. Aminat revealed that she did not cram or rush her studies but rather read consistently and diligently throughout her academic years. She said that she divided her subjects into three and dedicated six hours to each of them every day. She also disclosed that she revised what she learned regularly and did not skip any class or assignment.


 Aminat remarked that she did not hesitate to ask for help from her lecturers or senior students whenever she encountered any difficulty or confusion in her studies. She mentioned that she made use of online resources and books to supplement her learning and insisted that seeking help is not a sign of weakness but a way of improving yourself and gaining more knowledge. Aminat Yusuf with 5.0 CGPA opens up about expectation Meanwhile, earlier reported that Aminat Yusuf, a law graduate from University who achieved a perfect 5.0 cumulative grade point average (CGPA), has revealed how she was amazed by the positive response she received from Nigerians despite wearing a hijab. She spoke to TVC in an interview and said that her friend had predicted that she would be widely celebrated when the news of her academic feat came out, but she did not believe it. She said that one of the reasons she was doubtful was because of her hijab, which she thought might limit her recognition and acceptance in the society.


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