Top 10 Study Tips To Revive Your Dying GPA — 11 Comments

  1. Timothy Glory Ijeoma on said:

    Thanks for the knowledge and I’m do grateful, I believe things will change for me as I imbibe in this… thanks again

  2. Deborah Akintola on said:

    Tank u very much may God help me as i begin to do this.

  3. Osarobo Enoma on said:

    Thanks for your counsel

  4. Alice on said:

    wonderful tips bro

  5. Anonymous on said:

    It’s an applaudable keys indeed.I wish to come out with Firt class upper in my educational course

  6. Abubakar Sidiq Ibrahim on said:

    thanks so much for the tip,they are realy helpful,infact al d tip is even talking abovt me

  7. Akpan Ruth on said:

    Thank you very much for this tips. They are really helpful.

  8. Adeboye Adeola Adekunle on said:

    My name is ADEBOYE, Adeola Adekunle. I am a graduate of Kwara State College of Education, Oro, Kwara State. I graduated with a g.p.a of 4.86 on a scale of 5.00 and virtually all the things that were mentioned here are the things I have been following. The only thing I know that have helped me the most is the saying that givers never lack because when I was in school, I usually organise small tutorial groups that I tutor and it really went a long way in helping my academics because I always understand whatever I have taught in class very well.

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