I must go to school this year

Zeeycupcake
Posted March 10, 2020 from Nigeria

I was 18th year when I graduated from secondary school in the year 2015 i got my o-level result and i wrote Jamb in 2016 i secured 200 above i applied medicine and surgery and I the didn't offer me admission. I didn't give up i applied polytechnic and my dad is not willing to support me as then i had been applying for different schools sometimes I got d admission but still he didn't pay for it, i stay 5yrs at home am not schooling neither empowered and now i got admission in polytechnic i work hard and earn some cash but I can't complete the registration  Due to lack of funds now i decided to cell my smartphone to use the money and pay for my fees 

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Jill Langhus
Mar 11
Mar 11

Hello Again Zee,

Well, I applaud your drive and tenacity:-) So, where are you at now? You're looking for scholarships/funding? You could post on the World Pulse "Resources" page, dear, and also keep looking on this page to see if there are scholarship opportunities for you. Good luck, and please keep us posted on your progress:-)

Zeeycupcake
Mar 12
Mar 12

Thank you
Am in jos, Nigeria. Yes am desperate in need of scholarship or funding
I am a new to world pulse i don't know how to post on the resource page
Am very grateful ma and i will definitely share my stories and my success

Jill Langhus
Mar 13
Mar 13

You're welcome, dear. I see. I hope that you find a scholarship or funding so that you can fulfill your dream sooner rather than later, dear.

Great to hear! Looking forward to it.

Hello, Zee,

I admire your zeal and determination to pursue your education. I first joined the college at 17 years old but stopped at 19. I went back to school again at 26 years old, and finished at almost 29. I believe when you desire this, it will be given to you.

Thank you for sharing! I hope for the best for you!

Zeeycupcake
Mar 13
Mar 13

Amen

Anita Shrestha
Mar 12
Mar 12

good

Metiege Noel Eve
Mar 14
Mar 14

Congratulations and thanks for keeping your hopes burning all these years