I’d like to wish you all a very happy new year. May all your dreams come true and you be one of the top scorers for the Maharashtra State Board Examination 2018.
Well, this year comes with lots of hope and confusion like what to study and for whom to study. I mean, whether to study the subject which is not well prepared, or to study for school or coaching class exams.
I can very well understand all you people must be dancing to different tunes everyday, as each day throws a new challenge with some exams held by either school or coaching class.Moreover everyone around you and you yourself are expecting to excel in each of these exams. The only way to do this is to burn the candle at two ends. Students, it’s always difficult to walk on 2 strings. In your case both your school and coaching class have worked hard to get the best out of you, so none of them can mislead or misguide you from your goals. It’s you who has to decide and catch hold of one of the string wholeheartedly and with utmost faith and trust, so that they can guide you, assist you, help you, correct you and most importantly push you to get the maximum.
Don’t panic or get confused in preparing for exams of both the institutes. It’s easy to lose yourself within this maze where you don’t see any way out and begin to lose all hope.
Be focused and get prepared for one of the institute that will give you enough space and time between two prelims to understand, rectify and improve yourself. As it’s rightly said, even if you are able to work out your mistakes in time, you will improve your percentage by 5.
Board exams are still 2 months to go and there is sufficient time to work on your weaknesses. There’s one more thing that you should all remember.
Swami Vivekananda had said that “One ounce of practice is worth thousand times of theory so write whatever you are reading.” Practice is your only road to perfection.
Don’t think of where are you standing today, think of what you want to achieve and have a bull’s eye on it for the next 2 months. Since no one will ask you how much you scored in your prelims or mock tests, there’s no need to get depressed if you’re not performing according to your expectations in these tests.
Just be smart and efficient, and figure out where are you losing out marks and where can you improve more. The board exams is the main goal here, so keep that in mind.
Wish you all the luck and we are certain that you will get the best and be on the top of the world in the final lap!