First year exam results

Fortunately for me, I managed to pass all my year 1 subjects for the BSc Economics and Management. Honestly, I am just relieved that I don’t have to repeat year 1.

I was very worried that I had to repeat year 1 because I knew I made some severe mistakes in my exams. The thought of repeating year 1 really wrecked me. Thus, when I found out that I passed, I was definitely very happy.

Some of my university mates are unhappy with their average results. However, even though my results were very average, I am not unhappy or discouraged.

If anything, I feel motivated and pumped up for year 2.

I choose not to be disappointed in my year 1 grades because I feel that being disappointed won’t help me. So, I choose to just accept my year 1 results and silently resolve to do very well in year 2 and year 3.

Just because my grades were average in year 1 doesn’t mean that I can’t get First Class Honours. There is still year 2 and year 3. I just need to do very, very well in year 2 and year 3.

I remember a saying that goes, “To win the game, one must stay in the game.”

Thus, the fact that I am still in the game means that I can still win the game.

It means that there is still a chance to do better and be better.

Therefore, I don’t think my university mates and myself should fret over my grades.

If anything, we should see it as something to push us to do better in year 2 and year 3.

I am also glad that I had a really good summer break and because of that, I feel even more ready for year 2.

If anything, I am very excited for year 2.

Anyhow, I really hope that everyone had good results~!

And if they didn’t, I hope they don’t fret over it.

Because it isn’t over.

And even if it is, it’s alright.

Life goes on and everything will be alright.

Carmen is studying the BSc Economics and Management in Malaysia.

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