People usually quote ‘It’s now or never’, I say ‘It’s now or tomorrow or day after’ as there’s always hope for something great to happenUpdated: Jun 01, 2011 10:21 IST
Hansraj Modern School, Punjabi Bagh
People usually quote ‘It’s now or never’, I say ‘It’s now or tomorrow or day after’ as there’s always hope for something great to happen
People always feel the need to do something to relax, some like to play, some like to watch movies, a lot would just sleep (that’s the best part isn’t it?). While others would like to study for entrance exams and make it to a great college, I, on the other hand like to write; it pacifies me in this loud place where everyone wants a share of the big cookie called success (I always liked cakes though).
Talking about success, the Board results are finally out. I scored 87%, with which I’m quite content with and happy about.
But for non-med students like me, it’s not the Board results that matter. What really matters to us are competitive exams, which is our only ticket to get into an engineering college. The IIT results also came out just after the Board results, and naturally they were disappointing.
But not making it to IIT is not the end of the road; the disappointment is surely there but the hopes are still high on AIEEE-2011 results that will decide the fate of 11 lakh students all over India, including me.
People usually quote ‘it’s now or never’, but I believe in a different theory of, ‘it’s now or tomorrow or day after tomorrow’. I mean, the world hasn’t come to an end, there’s always hope for something great to happen any moment. We just need to be optimistic and smart enough to grab the opportunity at the right moment because the fact of life remains that, it’s not too late, rather one can say that it’s never too late!
First Published: Jun 01, 2011 10:19 IST