Undergrad Student Organises Free Tutorials for Classmates, They Passed

Undergrad Student Organises Free Tutorials for Classmates, They Passed

- A scholar has earned the admiration of many people as he shared how he took his course mates on free classes

- The student identified as Mark Mgbede said he took on the challenge as his fellow students had a hard time understanding what was being taught

- He challenged others who are intellectually sound to help others in need of academic assistance

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A undergraduate student has been hailed on social media for his selflessness.

The young man identified as Mark Mgbede had shared on LinkedIn platform that he had taken it upon himself to help his classmates academically as they struggled to grasp what the lecturers taught.

According to him, it became necessary as many of them had difficulty understanding what was being taught.

We Rise by Lifting Others: Nigerians Praise Young Student who Organized Free Tutorials for His Colleagues
Mark organized free classes for his course mates to help them do well in their exams Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Mark Mgbede
Source: UGC

He said he was excited to get good reports after the examinations.

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His post read in part:

"Well, last semester, was very short and the academic calendar was compressed, students in my class find it difficult to study and understand what was being taught by some boring lecturers.
"I took it upon myself to tutor everyone as a way to help them through some course(Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Advance Calculus)
"I was so glad to see smiling faces all through the exam saying "my papers went well", which shows that my tutorial paid off."

Mark called on other brilliant folks to help students in need of academic assistance.

Reacting to his post, Emmanuel Mgbede said:

"Those who give knowledge always have abundant of it. remain consistent bro."

Imoleayo Ehinmetan wrote:

"Nice one. The impact of brilliant students finding time to tutor their colleagues is huge. There is always a great flow and less intimidation.
"Thanks for taking out time to assist your colleague Mark Mgbede."

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Taiwo Alare commented:

"Well done boss.. it seems to be applicable in turbomachine (Pelton wheel). The best way to be happy is to impact on others."

Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a man tried to find the viral kid who needs school shoes.

A young South African man whose heart has been filled with the desire to make a difference in someone's life recently headed online to share a heartwarming plea for help finding a young boy who was pictured with very broken school shoes and socks.

The man with the Twitter handle, @MTshwaku also shared a heartbroken snap of the obviously impoverished child that looks like he could be no older than 10 years old displaying his ghastly shoe situation for the image.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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