an exam can change ur life

last night as usual i tried hard to sleep but failed to sleep by 1am. this is the nth time i am failing in the last couple of weeks. i went thru all my soal mates like Sherlock Holmes, Swami and tintin but failed to sleep. then i went to the most common IITian option, watching a movie. i am happy to find "chukkallo Chandrudu"(thanx to DC++) and watched that movie till 3:30am and slept at 4:30am. all thru that time i laughed with my frens, making fun with the dialogues and enjoyed well.

Exactly six days back in the same room at the same time i was feeling very disturbed coz of my insomnia. At 2am i tried to sleep but failed. i tried to read something for the exam next day. but i felt very drowzy and my eyes started paining. At last i meditated for half an hour(thanx to VIMP) and slept.

in both the cases mentioned above, the test sample is myself and the working conditions are same except an exam, but results are in contradiction to each other. the simple reason for this happening is the word called "exam". we shud blame the Chinese for introducing this system called "exam". I hereby express my deep condolences to all the ones affected by exams. we are missing a lot by engaging ourself into a whirlpool called "exam". you can ask R.K.Narayan's Swami or Mark Twain's Tomsawyer to know what you are missing in the life. All the Einsteins, Newtons, Kalams found it hard to deliver in the exams but the Ladens, Musharaffs breath easy with the exams. Adamant chuavantists argue that exams will make the person to succeed which hardly happens. It is our attitude which dictates our future not exams. Look at the following:
exam(5+24+1+13=43)
attitude(1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5=100)

so i hereby appeal to all not to consider exams as a threat and try to have a right attitude.

Comments

ravi shankar said…
taht was heartening to hear karthik...so i don't need to read for my mid on wednesday...
I too agree with u on the point that exams r not the correct testing criteria...

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