Despite Switching from Medicine to Computer Science, brilliant lady graduates university with 4.93CGPA

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Despite Switching from Medicine to Computer Science, brilliant lady graduates university with 4.93CGPA

Despite switching from Medicine to Computer Science, a brilliant Nigerian lady named Kaosara Bakare has successfully graduated from Afe Babalola University, Nigeria with a remarkable 4.93 grade point average..

Kaosara obtained a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with an outstanding grade of distinction from Afe Babalola University, Nigeria. She won an award as the best-graduating student of her class.

She initially enrolled at the University of Ilorin to study Medicine and Surgery but left due to the academic strikes that disrupted the regular academic calendar. She said in an interview with EDUGIST that it was during the strike she discovered her passion for computer science.

”During this period of uncertainty and idle time, I discovered my passion for computer science. The world of coding, algorithms, and software development intrigued me, and I decided to change my course of study to computer science,” she said.

Kaosara took to LinkedIn to share her achievement of graduating from the university with an outstanding grade despite switching courses. She said she is excited that her journey at the university was fulfilling even with her being a transfer student.

She stated that as a transfer student, though she was anxious, she embraced the challenge of switching fields to computer science unsure of what lay ahead of her. Kaosara said she is excited to have graduated with a first-class degree in Computer Science.

She added that she is also elated to win the best graduating student award of the university’s Department of Computer Science which is a testament to the dedication and hard work she put into her studies.

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Kaosara said none of her achievements would have been possible without God and the unwavering support of her parents, siblings, lecturers, and friends stating that their encouragement and support was the driving force behind her success.

She mentioned that her career goal is to make a meaningful contribution to the world of technology and that she also aspires to develop her skills and expertise in computer science, leveraging her passion for the field to create a positive impact in the tech industry.

Kaosara said she is currently gaining practical experience through an internship at a Financial Technology company after which she plans to pursue a master’s degree.


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