Education is good but it is not for everyone, most people find it difficult while others do not. I have written countless articles on the reasons why students fail and how they can pass. With the help of this article, you should point out if you are being chased by spiritual forces literally or you are the cause of your failure.
We blame our village people for almost every failure and with this article 10 signs you are being chased, you should decide whose fault it is. For those going through academic challenges, and you found out you fall in any of the group discussed you need help.
Signs Your Village People Are Against Your Academic En-devours
#1. Failed both Assignment And Missed The Correction
Failure is a part of the learning process, but missing the corrections you really need help. Your village old women are really holding meetings against your academics and hey, education is not your calling.
#2. When You Study All Night And Remember Nothing In Exams
Reading is fun but after studying hard you did not remember definition in the examination hall. My brother education is resisting you go and learn a craft.
#3. Your Jamb Score Is Less Than 75 After Many Trials
To gain admission into Nigerian universities, you will need to score 180 and 150 for polytechnics. But if you score less than 100 marks in Jamb after proper preparations, my dear you leave me speechless
#4. You Scored Nine F9s in Waec
Scoring F parallel on your waec examination is impossible, but if you got F9 in all your subjects in wassce, you need to run to prayer city. Your village people are drumming on your head.
#5. Playing Video Games Few Minutes To Exams
A video game is fun but not to the extent of playing it a few minutes to examination. Have you attempted playing video games 10 minutes to your examination? You seriously need help your matter is really serious.
#6. Sleeping In the Examination Hall
Wait, if you are among those who sleep while the examination is going on…you need to beg your village people. They are earnestly on your case.
#7. When You Copied Someones Answer Together With His Name
While stretching your neck in the examination hall, you could not differentiate between the name, matriculation number and the answers. My brother you need deliverance in your life, your village people have sworn not to leave you.
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#8. You Remember Reading Few Hours To Exam
The only time your book crosses your mind is the day of examination. You start cramming all the definitions, objectives and summary. My brother you are in a long case, go for 7 days dry fasting, you need it.
#9. You Have Written Jamb For 10 years
If you have written Jamb more than 7 times you should know that education is not your calling. Your village people are sitting on your matter, in fact, go learn handwork
#10. Waec Continually Withhold Your Result
You have written Waec for years and get the same result – withheld result. Go collect your result from mama Nkoli, she is using it to wrap akara…lol
Take away package:
If you don’t visit Naijalearners Everyday
As a student, you need all the help you can get to on your academic journey. Naijalearners is the number one student companion.
If you don’t visit naijalearners on a daily basis, it means your village people have caged your brain…you need to wash your head.
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