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HOW TO COPE WITH FAILURE IN SCHOOL/ACADEMICS
Seek To Understand Your Flaws BetterSeeking to understand one’s flaw seems easier said/read than done as most people who fail already know where they are lagging behind upon which seemingly caused them failure in such subjects or course and they have to carry-it over, what they just don’t know is understanding how to awaken that learning door in their heads towards such a work. Find the topics you’re actually weak at in that damning subject of yours and go seek knowledge from people who know better [Learning from a fellow student actually helps you explore more than that of the educator – a little secret], your facilitator should always be willing to lend an extra hand to any student who wishes to know more about what he/she teaches because that’s the profession, so you can get to understand more about why you feel weak in some areas than others as well as learn how to get better in them.
Avoid Bitter Criticisms Over Yourself Or By Othersvia GIPHY
‘What you feed your mind is what comes to you’ -NFHow would you feel if you just failed an exam and someone tells you ‘Now you realize what I’ve been telling you, you’re not good in Maths, just stop it’ and someone else told you ‘You just need to concentrate more on the graphical aspects of Maths, that’s where you’re lacking, I believe you’ll do better next time.’ The former critic might be trying to help as well (in all good intents) but will leave such student being desperate and make them feel hopeless in or on such a subject while the latter revives hope in such especially with the last statements. Criticism is helpful but bitter critics actually do more harm than help the affected as they make one see his/her self less than they actually are and increase the worries of such a person especially coming from friends or family, these words go straight to the mind and if care is not taken, such individuals might end up dwelling with failure as the motto for the rest of their academical career. Avoid words like ‘I can’t do it’, ‘I’m just not cut out for this’, ‘I am a failure’ and embrace words like ‘I’ll do better next time’, ‘I’ll study harder the next time’.