Nigerian lady Zainab Bashir sets record with 4.87 CGPA in Physics

Nigerian lady Zainab Bashir sets record with 4.87 CGPA in Physics

A female student from Katsina state in Nigeria has left online users surprised after scoring the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) in the history of the Physics department of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto.

Miss Zainab Bashir graduated with a CGPA of 4.87 which is the highest CGPA anyone had gotten since the department was founded.

Zainab who is an indigene of Katsina stated in an interview with Katsina Post stated that her ambition before was to study medicine.

However, she was offered Physics which she was very good at while in secondary school. She fell in love with it and with God’s help, made the best of it.

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“My first choice was to study Medicine and Surgery but then, Almighty Allah guided me to the potential in me which I didn’t realise before. Physics in secondary school was such a nice subject to me that I had no fear of approaching it’s calculations and it was always my best science subject.

So I regard what happened with my jamb score as a blessing in disguise. Alhamdulillah!”, she said.

In her words:

“Since the time I lost my first choice I groomed my ambition to have this class of degree.

And this is not the end of my dream as I hope to pursue the brightful colours of my career In Shaa Allah!”

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Speaking on how she was able to avoid distractions from men, she explained that the fact that she was engaged made her safe from them and also, she was diplomatic in dealing with boys and prioritizing her studies more than any other thing.

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