A Nigerian law student based in the U.S. shares the sacrifice it cost him to study and pass his bar exams with flying colours.

@Mrpossidez on the X platform sparked a wave of inspiration for many while emphasizing the sacrifice and reward of hard work.

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The young Nigerian who finished with a first-class in his undergraduate studies in Nigeria before pursuing a career in the U.S. hinted at his struggle to achieve his goals.

Mr Possible revealed that during his bar exams, he studied for an average of 13 hours a day which resulted in complications with his eyes.

Sharing a photo of his swollen eyes, he wrote;

“Hellish, but worth it. Passed the New York Bar exams—easily the toughest law exam I’ve written. Passed my corporate finance exams. Became a finance lawyer at a Wall Street firm in New York. Moved to NY. Boys are becoming men.

Those were my eyes in July 19. A few days to the bar exam. Was averaging 13 hours studying every day. It sure takes it toll.”

Man shares condition of his eyes after studying 13 hours daily to pass bar exams


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