Editorial: All the best S.6 and S.3 leavers

Dear S.6 and S.3 candidates, The Children’s Times wishes you all the best in your exams. Sitting for a national exam is not easy, it calls for much effort and a lot of determination.

Dear S.6 and S.3 candidates,

The Children’s Times wishes you all the best in your exams. Sitting for a national exam is not easy, it calls for much effort and a lot of determination.

Now that you are busy with exams, it is good to follow very well your reading time table. Make sure that nothings interrupt you at home. Avoid friends who are not so useful in this period.

Sleep early and do not over-study, if you over-study you can be affected mentally and physically, getting a headache or too tired.

However it would be good not to enter an exam when you have not read. Reading develops confidence in ones heart. If one has not read yet he has an exam. Fear and panic can develop in his heart hence failing.

Cheating very bad, as candidates you should avoid any person who can come your way claiming that he has an exam. Such people are not good, they create confusion in our minds hence disrupting someones reading time table.  You should be very wise especially in this examination period.

Concentrate on what your teachers taught you and avoid people who come telling you that they have tips for the exams.  Study hard and good luck.

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