Edubox Global an organization who in the move of enriching the human development has become a leading platform which facilitate funding opportunities for educations of Africans, advised WAEC student in his recent statement to study well and be prepared.
Tosin Sanusi, Founder/CEO, Edubox Global whom for no reason, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) demanded a sum of 1.6 million naira from, when he requested for the results of the best SSCE candidates of the year with the intention of awarding scholarship for a better performance and as a reward for hard work.
However, he is using this means to implore the Senior Secondary Certificate(SSCE) candidates to stand at better affirmation, and make brilliant use of this lockdown period if they really want to keep a smiling face when the result is out.
As you know, success doesn’t come to a man who sleeps in the corridor of failure, so to acquire the greater, to pass with brighter colour, to keep a flying flag, you must never stop getting yourself ready, Tosin added.
He reiterates further; “This lockdown should not be wasted, as you know your SSCE is around the corner. To avoid failure your level of preparation must be proportional to the level required by the examiners.
Which falls in line with this popular quote “success comes when the level of your preparation beat the level of your examination”.
SSCE has being recorded to be one of the most important criteria you must have before you get admitted into higher institutions, which if you failed, your journey to higher institution (University) will automatically be terminated for that year.
The probability that the economy will be perfectly alright after this lockdown is Zero, so to avoid capital prodigality, which can come as a result of paying for another exam next year, you have to seize this lockdown opportunity to burn the candle as much as you can.
Also to note that examination malpractices might come to you as a the only option, but if you get caught in the act, which is certain, the law will kick against you regardless of your age and it will indirectly affect your future.
Do not forget the 5P’s of success: 1. Proper 2. Preparation 3. Prevents 4. Poor 5. Performance, he stated.
As quoted, Isaac Newton once said “Am better than my colleagues because am sitting on the shoulder of a giant”
Don’t depend on your strength alone, try looking for giants you can sit on their shoulder. Try to look for home lesson teachers, or join online classes, we have them on WhatsApp, Facebook, Telegram and so on
Good better and best. Resting while your good hasn’t gotten to better and to best, might leads to unfavorable atmosphere when you later check your SSCE result.
Giving his concluding remarks, he said: “as the lockdown continues, please, obey the social distance rules, stay at home, wash your hands on regular basis, use your face mask as regulated and as advised and as well keep a distance when you suspect anyone with the said #covid-19 symptoms. And do not call the NCDC when necessary.