My name is Adejuwon
David and this is my success story
I graduated in 2008 with a 2:2, not because I wasn't a good student (as a matter of fact, some colleagues and lecturers were shocked on graduation day to know that I made a mere 2:2), but because my grades got toyed with (fact!) and I didn't take it up with those behind it on time.
Well, to cut the long story short, I believed in myself (and still do) and told myself that I can only be limited by my grades IF I ever decide to be. Well, needless to say, God has been extremely faithful to me. I served in an oil servicing coy and got retained there after service (mind U, the coy hardly retained corps members, but God helping me, I proved my worth). After a year of being there, I got a better offer from another coy within the sector and advanced, AND, just within a year of being here, I'm waiting for my appointment letter from a bigger establishment that I have long dreamt of working with!
My point here is simple; Regardless of your class of degree, (in the words of Socrates) KNOW THYSELF! Believe in yourself! Invest in yourself! Develop yourself! Know where you are and where you are going! It is said that the world has a way of making way for the man who knows where he is going.