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Olaogun Joseph

THE HIERARCHY, MR(S). PRIORITIES

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Sometime since your birth, you might have – or should actually have – come across a question going along this line; “if today you woke up and realized your house was sinking, or there was an earthquake about to swallow the whole building, what would you save?” The above question in the above paragraph begs a lot of consideration usually bypassed, and in most instances, I won’t be prejudiced, though…

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The Frenemy, Procrastination.

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Between the right turn and the left turn lies the center; between the upper class and the lower class is the middle class; between go and come is stay; and between laxity and hard work is procrastination. Everyone’s life is activity filled – or is supposed to, and that circle does not exclude students. The average student is bugged by classes, practical, assignments and even tests before the ultimate exam….

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What Study Really Means

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On the average, the source of knowledge and the foundation of intellect cannot be far-fetched. In times – as this – when society seems to be the entity dictating distinct ways in which individuals are supposed to live, strict rules by which individuals must follow, a move against such ways can be seen as suicidal – obviously in a figurative manner. Although the importance of studying is one which cannot…

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Studying: The compulsory option

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It is an open secret, and evidently, no more news that the prerequisite for a certainty in an examination, and, subsequently, in results is studying. However, as saddening as it may be, most students want to eat their cake and have it – play out the whole session and wish for a good result. I am a student and will be a hypocrite to exempt myself from those who exhibit…

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