"If you are going through hell, keep going. Why would you stop in Hell?" by Steve Harvey.
Right now many students must be suffering from a lot of thoughts in their minds like when will the exams be conducted? availability of jobs in the market? Less time for the next attempt (for those appearing one group at a time)! etc.
Postponement of CA exams has resulted in boredom, a decrease in productivity, and saturation.
So just to motivate you all I would like to share the lessons learnt from my experiences:
1. Worrying won't help
All students are sailing in the same boat! Because all of you are studying for so many months, the mind will attract distractions in the form of worrying/ tensions about the future and mistakes made in the past. It is difficult to make a fresh start when you have the past on your mind. You just have to focus on what you have right now. Try to find blessings in delay.
2. Be grateful
Be grateful for what you have. If you have a house to live, books to study and food to eat - you are the luckiest! It is your duty to study hard for your parents and yourself. Never stop praying.
3. Keep calm
Stop trying to calm the storm. Calm yourself. The storm will pass. When the situation is out of control, we have no option left other than keeping cool. Just try to do your best in whichever situation you are.
Results happen over a period of time, not overnight. Work hard and stay consistent. If things are not moving as per your will, just keep moving. Your time will come. If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
I would like to conclude by saying - hope is the only thing stronger than fear. You are doing your best and this is ENOUGH!