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SECRET!!! Ways To Be Among The Students With Distinction In Federal Polytechnic Ede. FPE NEW STUDENT 1920 20190401 111453

 

It is the dream of every student to graduate with distinction honour, but only few have been able to achieve this. Is it about the pride in saying, “I graduated with distinction” or the great demand for distinction graduates in the labour market? Is it about making your parent proud or because of other reasons? Whatever your reason might be, you are about to know the
secrets of distinction students.

That is why you see every newly admitted candidate asking series of question on search engines, some of the questions they ask include:

  • How do I graduate with distinction.
  • How to graduate with distinction in Nigeria
  • How to graduate with distinction in the Polytechnic
  • How to graduate with distinction in Nigeria
  • How to graduate with distinction in Nigeria Polytechnics
  • How to graduate first class with distinctions
  • How to graduate with distinction in Poly Ede.
  • HOW TO GRADUATE WITH DISTINCTION IN NIGERIA POLYTECHNIC1. DEVELOP A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD
    If you make God number one in your agenda, he will make you number one. While you are on campus, you will faced with different crises(physically and sometimes spiritually). The only solution is to pray to God Almighty.

    2. SET A SMART GOAL
    You have to set a goal before you can achieve it. Your target goal must be Smart, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely (SMART).

    At the beginning of each academic session, choose the scores and grades you wish to have in all your courses and write it down.

  • You can’t possible make a first class when your target goal is to graduate with a upper credit. So, get your goals right and make it smart.3. STAY FOCUSED
    Making the decision, “I want to graduate with distinction” is quite easy to say. Keeping the dream alive is the difficult one.

    When you face crises on campus, don’t despair and keep your head straight up. Remain focused and determined towards achieving your goal (To graduate with distinction).

    It is very certain that a lot of things will want to distract and discourage you, but you have to remain focused and determined. That is the spirit you need to graduate with distinction.

    4. USE YOUR TIME THE RIGHT WAY
    If you want to graduate with distinction in school, you have to manage your time effectively. Know how to use your time the right way. Do not place anything above your academic works. Studies first, then others follow. Don’t waste your time on social activities.

    5. ATTEND CLASSES, PRACTICALS AND TUTORIALS
    If you are willing to graduate with distinction in Nigeria, you must not take this point lightly. Strive to attend all lectures and practicals, join study tutorials and discuss academic works with mates.

    Don’t take any of your academic work with levity. When doing this, ensure you are punctual. There is no class that is not important, you will learn at least one new thing in every lecture.

    You will also have the opportunity to ask questions directly from lecturers and get first-class answer. Do you even know that lecturers ask questions that will come out of examination during lectures? Yes, they do. If you are wise, that is an expo for you.

    6. BE AHEAD OF OTHERS
    Who is a distinction graduate? A graduate among other graduates that is ahead of others academically based on his/her report. So, if you want to become a distinction graduate, you have to be ahead of others.

    Read ahead of others, read ahead of your examination , read ahead of your lecturers, read ahead of your mates. You want to be a distinction graduate, so you must be ahead at all times.

  • 7. DISCOVER YOURSELF
    What works for Paul might not work for Peter. While some students cram for examination to become distinction graduate, cramming for examination might not work you. Know yourself, be yourself. Discover your most effective study time, discover your most effective study method, know your strengths and weaknesses. Work on these discoveries and use them the right way.8. KNOW YOUR LECTURERS AND YOUR SCHOOL
    Each school has its own way of conduct, and also each lecturer has his/her own system. One man’s food is another man’s poison.

    While some lecturers like students that write additional information in examination and give them bonus marks, other lecturers don’t like it and remove marks.

    How do you know which lecturer like this and which lecturer hate that? Simple….. Through observation, asking questions in class, answering questions in class and by asking your seniors in school, you’ll know each lecturer and what their expectations are.

    9. DEVELOP THE RIGHT ATTITUDE
    You know what? You can’t graduate with distinction when you don’t behave like one. You will hear your mates and seniors saying “Nobody has ever passed the course of this lecturer”, “Nobody can get an A in this course”, and so on.

    You have to develop the right attitude and say to yourself, “Yes, I can do it”. Don’t follow what the crowd say, majority can be wrong sometimes. Neglect all negative thoughts and develop a positive attitude.

    10. ASSOCIATE WITH THE RIGHT PEOPLE
    Show me your friends and I’ll tell you…………… what you’ll graduate with. Yes, the type of people you associate with will determine whether you will pass or fail. If you want to graduate with distinction, work with people of the same thought, mindset and are also hardworking.

    If you are brilliant, associate with brilliant students. If you are an average students, associate with above average students.
    Walk with students that will influence your life positively.

    11. SEEK HELP
    Nobody has been created perfectly well, you have to understand that. Always seek help with your academic works where needed. If you don’t understand a course or assignment, seek the help of your lecturer or seniors to explain to you. Even when you know it, seek help on it. You’ll definitely gain another knowledge

  • 12. DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF PAST QUESTIONS
    Most lecturers don’t have the time to prepare examination questions, they usually have a lot to do. As a result, they bring out majority of their questions from past questions. Go to your seniors, ask them for past questions and solve them. This is another expo you need to pass your examination and graduate with a distinction.13. TAKE DOWN CORRECT AND COMPREHENSIVE NOTES
    When you attend lectures, make sure you take down correct notes directly from your lecturers and jot down every point. Don’t depend on the note you’ll copy from your mates, do you know whether he/she has written down the right note? That is why you need to right down notes by yourself, you are rest assured that you are reading the right note.

    14. DEVELOP A PERSONAL INTEREST IN YOUR COURSE
    If you don’t develop interest in your course, you won’t enjoy it while studying for examination. When you don’t enjoy your study time, your study becomes ineffective. No matter the nature of your course, you need to develop personal interest in it.

    15. BE DISCIPLINED AND DILIGENT
    It is impossible to follow all the points mentioned above if you are not disciplined and diligent. You must build the act of discipline and diligence. Always control yourself and provide some set of rules you want to follow while you are on your way to graduate with distinction.

    I can assure you that you’ll definitely graduate with distinction in any tertiary institution if you follow the 15 tips mentioned above.

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Alleged N702m fraud: EFCC closes case against Okupe

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Wednesday, closed its case in a 59-count charge, bordering on money laundering, criminal diversion of funds to the tune of N702,000,000 against former Senior Special Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on Media, Doyin Okupe.

Okupe was facing prosecution by EFCC before Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu of the Federal High Court, sitting in Abuja.

EFCC spokesman, Tony Orilade disclosed this in a statement in Abuja.

He added, “At today’s proceedings, prosecution counsel, Ibrahim Audu presented his last and sixth witness, Shuaibu Salisu, former Director Administration and Finance in the Office of National Security Adviser ONSA, who presently works with the National Intelligence Agency, NIA.

“Salisu told the court that “Sometime in 2012, Chief Okupe came to the Office of the National Security Adviser, ONSA, and after their discussion, I was directed to make a payment of N50 million (Fifty Million Naira) to him.”

According to him, “Okupe provided his account details, where I paid the amount into the bank account of Value Trust Investment.”

He added that he was further directed by the ONSA to be paying N10 million monthly (Ten Million Naira) to Okupe for a period of over two years, which he said was reduced to a monthly N5million (Five Million Naira) towards the end of 2014 due to paucity of funds.

He said he made other payments to Okupe as directed, saying that at a point he was instructed to pay the defendant N6, 000, 000.

Further, Salisu revealed that sometime in 2014, the then National Security Adviser, NSA, Sambo Dasuki directed that he paid the sum of N35million to an account provided by Okupe and that he can also recall paying N50million in cash to Okupe on Dasuki’s directive.

He told the court that he only obeyed directives in all the payments he made to Okupe and didn’t know what the monies were meant for.

When asked if there were evidences of the payments, the witness reportedly told the court that he usually provided Okupe with the payment vouchers, which he usually signed.

When also asked if all the payments were captured in payment vouchers, Salisu was said to have replied in the negative.

Speaking under cross-examination by Okupe’s counsel, Akinlabi Akinbade, the witness disclosed that Okupe was not the only person that received payments from ONSA. “Anybody that the NSA directs that payment be made to, we make payment,” he said.

Also, Under same cross-examination, the witness said he had no reason to believe that the payments he made were from an illegal source.

In his words, “Why would I assume it was illegal? I was only directed to make payments,”

Further , he said some of the payment instructions he carried out while working in the ONSA came verbally while others came by writing.

He added that in the case of the payments to Okupe, all the instructions were verbal.

However, the matter was adjourned to June 26, for the defence to open its case.

 

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Presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina, has said President Muhammadu Buhari will announce his cabinet very soon.

Buhari is yet to name new Ministers, 26 days after he was sworn in for his second term in office.

The president has since made just three appointments: Mele Kyari as the group managing director (GMD) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and renewal of Ahmed Idris’s appointment as the Accountant-General of the Federation (AGF) and renewing the appointment of Godwin Emefiele, governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

In his first term, it took Buhari six months to announce his cabinet.

But speaking in a chat with The Interview, Adesina said “the circumstances are not the same”, adding that it would not take as long as it did in 2015.

“Nigerians will not have to wait a day longer than necessary, before they have a cabinet,” Adesina said.

“And as the president himself has said, the process won’t take as long as it did in 2015, because the circumstances are not the same.”

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