Yes, you had the topic right. It reads Preparation for results.
Exams ke liye toh prepare kiya, kya results ke liye bhi prepare kare?
If you want to have a strategic advantage the answer is definitely a Yes.
Before I come back to the point, let's have the same old fact recited again:
100 of us have given the exam. Institute will only pass only 9. Rest 91 ko disappoint hi hona hai.
Who knows you could be one in 9 or 91.
Many of my friends have failed atleast one group, given the fact that they were really good in studies.All of us expect. But when expectations are let down, we take a setback. Our confidence takes a setback. Because one you see FAIL, it will take atleast 3-4 weeks for most of us, to take our books out and starting studying in the same flow again.
For some failure comes out of the blue. Sucess is cherished by all. And failure is feared.
If you really want to combat failure, start preparing. Start preparing for this failure, even before the results come out.
I am not saying that you will fail. But if unfortunately you do, make sure you build is so strong that it does'nt impact you.
One of the best ways to deal with a FAIL is to start studying, even before the results come.
Start Studying for Fun, these are the same old subjects you have enjoyed studying two months back.
Even if you have a busy schedule. Try gaining knowledge, improving in areas you had left out earlier. You could try sums you were really good at and see if you still do them without a single mistake. Or you could group study with those who are giving next term.
If you are already studying, suddenly if you see that i failed, it won't hit. Subconsciously you would know that I am already studying.
And I'm ahead of the ones who just failed. They will take 3-4 weeks to start. But I am already on track.
And if you Pass, you could go out & party. You were studying after exams just for fun.
To pass is an amazing feeling, but failure is an amazing teacher.
Train yourself in ways such that no failure can ever impact you.
"Sucess is not Final. And Failure is not Fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts"
This is one of my favourite quotes:
"Sometimes you can be so prepared, and still fail. And every time you fail, it’s painful, it causes sadness, and especially, it causes disappointment. But at the back of your mind, you got to know that a man’s character is not judged after he celebrates a victory, but by what he does when his back is against the wall. So no matter how great the setback, how severe the failure, you never give up." John Cena
All the best!