9 Ways To Avoid Carry-Over.

The term 'carryover' is very familiar with students no matter the institution or level you are. In fact, students have employed extreme measures such as :night classes,Till Day Break etc. just to curb this nightmare, but guess what, 'Heaven help those who help themselves'.
Carry over simply means you are carrying a course you failed in the previous session or semester to the next academic year
You are required to have a pass (at least an E) in all courses from year one to final year.
Note – Score and Grade  for a five point Grading system
A: 70-100
B: 60-69
C: 50-59
D: 45-49
E: 40-44
F: 0-39
Exam 70 mark while Continuous assessment (CA) is 30 mark
Let me just run you through some points that you could possibly apply to avoid a carryover.
Having carry-over does not mean you are dull or not intelligent as some carry-overs are errors from the exams and record, while some at the point of computation and uploading of results. so pray you are not victim of this error.

1) Number one way to avoid carry-over is Treat all courses equally:
This is a very vital point, You are known with the habit of preferring one course over another thereby giving more attention to the preferred course. This is not cool at all as there is every tendency of you carrying the neglected course over. No course is a minority not even a one unit course,all courses are equal despite the unit.now let me tell you a story, this story happened to me in my 100 level first semester
There was a particular course my departmental course to be precise English language I, a 2 unit course I neglected this course as if am in the secondary school but guess what? I failed the course.
Treat all courses equally.
2) Don't detest any lecturer:
Yes, most lecturers could be annoying but my friend, don't hate any of them as that would make you hate the course as well and point 1 comes to play. Pretend to love them and their course, I bet you after 4 or 5 years you will not see them again. Some lecturers might only take you one semester.

3)Brush up your reading habits
Some people have very poor reading habits. Better do a research on this and improve yourself before carryover comes knocking on your door. Please I beg you don’t start reading two weeks to exam, go through every course at least once at the end of every week.

4) Don't over-stress yourself during exams
This simply means 'read moderately'. Yes, you want to be the scholar and therefore you read for 48hours nonstop while an exam is coming up in the next two hours. Sorry is your name.

5) Be friendly with your lecturers
Now if you can't shine a little bit of your teeth with your lecturers, then don't go close to them at all. If you go close and become an enemy, 'I no know no dey of'.

6)Drop that nonchalant attitude:
Some students are so nonchalant. They don't care about lectures or any other thing. Are you one of them? Please drop that attitude to have a carryover-free stay throughout your university days.

7) Submit All Your assignment On time and make sure your note is up to date
8) Always attend lecture and on time as most lecture will not announce their test date and time.

9) Find and solve all past question questions concerning each course before the exam.

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