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Yeah! Happy aniversary! It's been really wonderful! Congratulations...

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Re: How Did You Get To Know NSF?. by Obasky: 11:04am on October 17

Have got to know the forum through, Google search, and since then have become one of their members, I also participate in their last year Posting COmpetitions

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Welcome girls, we're glad t meet you

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Am so so happy to come to NSF as a publishers

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You are welcome bro, welcome me too

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This is Awesome :mrgreen:

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[ @hollawahlay: ] girls forming slay queens on social media


That's is there real face

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She's devoted

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I Love This

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[ @Ayobami7: ] okay


Yeah

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Nice One sir

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Re: NSF Advert Images. by Obasky: 8:48pm on April 22

:cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:

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Re: NSF Advert Images. by Obasky: 8:33pm on April 22

:arrow::arrow::arrow:

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Thanks

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We're waiting @KBCrown :shock:

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Although the government is doing their best because they pay our salaries and they equip our laboratories and lecture rooms, but it is still not enough. We think the direct beneficiaries, the students should also contribute.

How could they make this decision with considered the students financial situation

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My signature is not completely Display, and i suggest you enable users to add picture to signature

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Thanks

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7. Gandoki

Who doesn't remember Gandoki, the warrior? He was said to be Garba's father and he was a Muslim and he loved to tell stories to kids.

Are you missing your primary school friends and teachers already? Eyah!

Let's appreciate all those who contributed to these awesome childhood experience. The teachers and the book publishers that gave us these good friends through their books. We love you all.

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6. Ralia

Aww! How can we forget Ralia the Sugar girl?

Her story was truly heart-breaking. Remember her parents were disabled and she was taking care of them when she was kidnapped. These kidnappers sha! they've been around for a while.

Well, Ralia escaped from their den and we were happy the Sugar Girl returned home safe and happy.

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5. Edet

The young Edet was a Calabar boy. Those days our teachers were telling us about Edet, the boy was just 8-year-old. Young and very popular among Nigerian pupils.

If you don't know Edet, stand up, raise your hands and close your eyes. That's your punishment for not knowing our legendary Edet.

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4. Agbo

Agbo we were told used to live in the town of Lagun and like many of us back then, he used to wake up very early for school. But where is this town of Lagun in Nigeria?

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3. Mr. Nwosu

We met Mr. Nwosu, that very responsible man at primary two. We can't forget how he bought big chickens for Christmas that year.

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2. Simbi

I am sure you remember Simbi quite well. Of course, she is Ali's sister. The last time we read about her, she was dressing to go to school. Simbi Salami by now would have bagged Ph.D. degree.

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5. Risky Burger

Risky Burger is a combination of bread and suya and apart from Garri, nothing is more readily available for students to reduce hunger pangs. This staple food must have been serving Nigerian students for a very long time.

It is such a popular staple that some universities have bakeries. Some broke undergraduates can't afford to ignore any loaf that comes their way.

These foods are very important to broke students. However, these five make the list because they are very popular, if you know any other foods undergraduates eat when they are broke, tell us in the comment section.

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4. Beans

This is believed to be the most popular source of protein for Nigerian students.

Beans is that food a lot of male students resignedly take with Garri when they are running out of cash.

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3. Potato

The choice of potato as a fast food is very common among undergraduates studying in the Northern part of Nigeria.

This is because Potatoes are very cheap and the high price of yams is discouraging enough for students to choose these vegetables over yams.

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2. Concoction

When you don't feel like taking Garri because you've had too much of it, concoction becomes the best alternative mostly for male students.

Concoction is the combination of rice and anything you can lay your hands upon just to quench your hunger.

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9. Excitement

And here comes the good moment !

At the end of the day, you are happy because the result isn't as poor as you feared.


Source: http://www.pulse.ng/communities/student/9-emotions-you-experience-after-writing-exams-id7937635.html

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8. Acceptance

And after impatiently waiting without seeing your results for a few days, you realize there is nothing you can do than to accept whatever the outcome is.

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7. Impatience

And because of those little or costly mistakes you (think you) made, you become impatient to see your result. You can't just wait to see the outcome of the exam.

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6. Guilt

After assessing yourself and you realized you made one or two mistakes in the exam, you begin to feel guilty for not preparing harder for the examinations. Even if you are initially sure you did your best, realizing a mistake you made in the exam will make you feel you didn't put in your best effort.

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5. Fear

And if your doubt about those questions is very strong, the fear of having a carry over or an extra year will set in.

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4. Doubt

At this point, when your friends are discussing their answers to certain questions and what you wrote is not similar to theirs, you begin to assess your performance in the exams and questions begin to pop up on your mind. Did I answer the questions correctly? Did I attempt the compulsory questions? All these will spring up to trouble your mind.

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3. Exhaustion

Reading all nights and preparing hard to finish strong will certainly take its toll on your body. No doubt. And having written the last papers, the exhaustion you've been hiding to see yourself through the exam period will manifest, sleep will fall on you and the next thing, you're lying on a couch, your bed or on the floor.

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