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No Facebook Time, Study Instead, Dux Alisi Shares Key To Success

I gave up Facebook at the beginning of this term and spent more time in my stud­ies. I made this sacrifice because I wanted to do better in my school work and make my parents proud
03 Dec 2020 15:36
No Facebook Time, Study Instead, Dux Alisi Shares Key To Success
Parents of Alisi Soso (middle), Neil Armstrong and Kelera Adisovasiga celebrate her achievement as the Dux of Duavata Secondary School in Macuata on December 2, 2020. Photo: Duavata Secondary School

Cutting off Fa­cebook time at the beginning of this term was the best decision Alisi Soso made.

The Duavata Second­ary School student in Macuata shared that the more time spent studying instead of being on social me­dia contributed to her success in scooping the Dux Award. She is the second eldest of six children and the sec­ond in her family to receive the Dux Award.

The aspiring auditor scored the highest marks in English, Economics and Account­ing, with a total of 343 out of 400 marks.

The 17-year-old of Lagi Village in Dogo­tuki received a trophy with one HP laptop donated by Ram Pyare & Sons as her prize.

“I gave up Facebook at the beginning of this term and spent more time in my stud­ies. I made this sacrifice because I wanted to do better in my school work and make my parents proud,” she said.

Alisi plans to enrol at the University of the South Pacific to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Accounting and Management.


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