Bravo those who made it; take heart those who failed

I would like to sincerely congratulate all the P.6 & S.6 students who made it to their national examinations. Certainly, I bet you will all agree with me, passing those exams is not an easy task for everyone.

I would like to sincerely congratulate all the P.6 & S.6 students who made it to their national examinations. Certainly, I bet you will all agree with me, passing those exams is not an easy task for everyone.

It requires one’s full concentration and commitment in order to pass. Here, again, I would like to use this chance though, and advise those who did not successfully pass the exams, and now calling it the end of their career in education, to throw the thought out of their minds.

This has instead triggered off another mission in the field. More effort and commitment can enable one to successfully accomplish it.

So, you do not need to lose hope and start cursing yourself. Never mind, after all that is not the end of everything. Remember, there is always a second chance for everything in life.

Probably if you accept to re-sit, you will be able to score highly. Why not! God is always by your side, and He is going to give you knowledge, wisdom and understanding.

Remember, He never fails and He is a miracle performer. Without shadow of doubt, there are those who will complain that,” But we re-sat and failed what we can do? I think the best option is to abandon studying and probably perhaps resort to other things.

Dear friends, I have a number of many friends who have gone through such moments in life, but they are now among the most successful man and women in the country today.

Probably you have just forgotten that education is a key to success, and drive to the country’s development. So, please change you mind, and give it a second chance, you will definitely make it this time. Do not loose hope, and pronounce negative on yourself, for you do not know God’s plans.

Be courageous and carryon with your studies; ignore those who tend to express amusement over your “fate”, after all, and instead dedicate your time and mind to your studies. Believe me; you will not leave to regret the consequences.

Kabeza

 

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