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Rahul (Chartered Accountnat CS)   (1580 Points)

09 August 2011  

I just wanted to share my story

I was 12th topper of my school. I got 170 marks in CPT June 2010. But, I dropped my IPCC may 2011. Now all my freinds who were always behind me have cleared IPCC May 2011. I am quite disappointed. I am quite nervous and tensed about Nov 2011 ipcc exam


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CA MANIK KUMAR (Manager ) (710 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

HEY RAHULLL

DNT BE DEPRESSED.

VIJENDER AGGRWAL , WHO WAS A IPCC RANK 1 FOR NOV 2010 EXAMS.. DID THE SAME..
AND YOU SEEM TO BE A GOOD STUDENT...

ITS NOTHING DEPRESSING

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Ritesh Indian Son[CMA*CS*CA] (" Simple Living High Thinking ")   (4117 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

u have got the another chance of getting Rank........best of luck:)

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srikanth (Accountant) (611 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

Hi

Check this Link

YES YOU CAN ALSO DO IT

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Rahul (Chartered Accountnat CS)   (1580 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

Thanx guyz. I will really try getting a rank. Just starting the revision from today

abcde (Practice) (116 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

Originally posted by : Rahul

I just wanted to share my story

I was 12th topper of my school. I got 170 marks in CPT June 2010. But, I dropped my IPCC may 2011. Now all my freinds who were always behind me have cleared IPCC May 2011. I am quite disappointed. I am quite nervous and tensed about Nov 2011 ipcc exam

Dear Rahul,

Obviously, you are a good student, going by your school and CPT performance. You will probably remain a good student.

Somewhere, after CPT may be something changed for you. Too much facebook? Too much mobile? Falling in love (instead of rising) and losing focus on study? Some family problems? Find out what changed between CPT and IPCC. Try to correct that. Have the self belief that you can do it because you have done it.

One of the worst thing to deal after failure in exam is the feeling of lagging behind the friends and colleagues. You want to hide inside your house and not socialise. Try to come out of the house. Face the friends who went ahead. In short, try to act normal, as you would have when you celeberated your CPT success. Hard, but essential. This will help you in being peace with yourself and become normal. Your true friends and family members will stand by you like a rock. Those who mind, do not matter and those matter, do not mind.


There are phazes to go through in any unfortunate event like failure in exam, in getting job, in losing job, in losing promotion, in relationship, in failing to marry ones loved one, in having child, in having major accident and even in death of  someone close.

The first phase is onshock and depression (why me?), second is acceptance and third is recovery or normalcy. Do not try to bye-pass any phase - you must go through each. May be you can speed up the phaze of depression and acceptance. Please remember you must feel bad, cry and depressed when an unfortunate event happens. It is all part of getting to normalcy.

As someone who has gone through the stress of exams and facing the tough exam of life, I can very well tell you that there are many of us who would trade failure in exam for losing someone dear or for break up in relation. Life is a bigger exam, much much bigger exam than you can realise at this stage, and there is no syllabus or prescribed text book or scheduled dates of the exam. It tests you every possible day and more often than not, we fail in these tests and, I can assure you, often one does not feel any less than you are feeling today.

It is how you treat the setback, including the exam failures in earlier years of life, that make you successful or failure in life. Failure is going to catch up with everyone, including your frieds who raced past you in IPCC (CA, but after 7 years of marriage, and no child. CA but divorced. CA but abnormal child CA but wife having terminal disease.)

You will not find even a single human who has not met with a crushing failure in life. How you deal with it will separate you from the losers. You fail, not when you do not pass in exam, but when you fail to rise and try to succeed like the industrious ant.

They say lightly that behind every successful man is a (weeping) wife. But more seriously, behind every successful man, lies a series of failures/ setbacks and the saga of how successfuly he overcame them to emerge victorious.  There is not a single stock market magnet who has not been wiped out atleast one time, but learnt from his mistakes, did not blame the circumstances or other humans and dealt with the setback like a man. 

Often dealing with failure is a lone battle because unlike success which has many relatives, failure is often orphaned. But atleast after exam failure, you have chance to regain what is lost,  can we get back someone who leaves us for heavenly abode, for no fault of us??!

That is what life is all about. Life does not follow a manual of procedure. It throws many pleasant and unpleasant surprises. It is all about how you tackle the unpleasant events. There is always a soft option of running away from dealing with the setbacks.


Love,

Ankur

 

 



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Madhavi (CA - FINAL) (1342 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

nice message ankur. it made my mind very light. rahul don't feel bad, let us face the truth and work hard for next attempt. even i lost in 7 marks aggregate, my frds normally they read and passed. we have struggle for victory and succeed
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manish agarwal (IPCC,PMIR,Bcom[h]) (88 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

i m facing semilar prob :'(

abcde (Practice) (116 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

Originally posted by : manish agarwal

i m facing semilar prob :'(

Dear Manish,


Get over the shock and the feeling of  frustration sooner.  Find where you went wrong. Successful people, especially students like the 1st rank holder in IPCC this time, do not do different things - they just do the same thing ( of preparing for exams) differently. Often, it is how your approach to exam or preparation process which is faulty. Get that right and then go back to study. There is any way I can help, you can reach me through this forum or contact me at ankur_1305 @ yahoo.com

Love

Ankur

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Ankur (CA Final Student) (999 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

buddy, i cleared pcc this time in my 5th attempt and many of friends have become CA.....so chill and relax................work hard for this upcoming attempt....

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Rahul (Chartered Accountnat CS)   (1580 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

My problem was i had to focus on B Com and even i met with an accident in feburary

Rahul (Chartered Accountnat CS)   (1580 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

Got 75 % in Bcom 1st year

jyotsana sahu (ca) (24 Points)
Replied 09 August 2011

first time i have faced failure i am to disappointed

sneha goenka (Ca) (68 Points)
Replied 11 August 2011

ankur thnxs for the motivation...

M. N. JHA (CA) (8316 Points)
Replied 13 August 2011

Rank is waiting for u...........................................Good Luck

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