Nobody plans to fail but people fail to plan. This is why Waec and Neco come with surprises for people who fail to plan every year. A whole lot of circumstances surround Waec and Neco Examination thereby creating two options; success and failure.
Like I always say, it is either you pass an examination or you fail; There is no neutrality so long examination is concerned.
Funny enough, success doesn’t mean that you are the most intelligent neither does failure mean that you are dull. It’s just about time and chance. Failure is not the end of life. You can still work on yourself and come back stronger.
Don’t stay at home mourning day and night just because you failed Waec or because your parents are shouting at you. Doing that will change nothing. What counts is the things you do after failing Waec or Neco. That’s exactly what I will share with you here.
Instead of Crying morning till Night or Giving up, the following are things you should do if you fail Waec or Neco…
Know Why You Failed:
There are different reasons why people fail in SSCE. It could range from poor preparations, health issues, cheating to lack of confidence.
Telling yourself the truth is honesty but telling others is integrity. If you are really sincere to yourself, then you should be able to point out what made you fail in the just concluded Waec or neco 2020.
If you failed because of poor preparations then it is time to tighten you belt. Was it a friend that make you fail? Then it is time to choose a better friend.
Most times, failure is as a result of the subject you hate so much. The more you hate the subject, the more you begin to perform poorly in the subject. You will always attract what you love.
Was the problem because of your exam centre? Then do not use the same centre in your 2020 examination.
The bottom line is that you are able to identify and stop what stopped you. If you don’t correct the mistakes that made you to fail in 2020 then you will still fail in 2020 Waec/Neco.
Don’t Give Up:
There is always tendency for you to give up after a major failure. The tendency increases when you actually put in your best to pass the examination which turned out the other way.
If you have written Waec or neco more than once, a question comes to your mind, can I still pass Waec and neco? Sure! you can pass this time around if you really mean it. You are not a failure but a success. You have all it takes to come out in flying colours.
Begin To Build Yourself:
Now that you have identified your weaknesses, able to point out why you failed and have decided not to give up, then it is time to build yourself. Start making plans towards succeeding in Jamb 2020. Early preparation is the key.
Now you may be wondering, how do I build myself? It is very easy”¦ All you need to do is follow the steps below;
- Read to get details and not shallow reading.
- Don’t wait for the exams to get closer, begin preparations now.
- Get recommended textbooks and past questions.
- Avoid every form of distractions.
- Learn how to study at night.
- Learn how to memorise points.
- Practice the subjects you fear the most to overcome fear.
- Boost your self confidence.
- Increase your speed.
Follow Flashlearners Waec/Jamb Series And Practice Past Questions:
The good news for you is that Flashlearners has launched a platform where you can study online for free. I also have a category where you can learn everything about Waec and Neco. You the three links below to choose what you want.
Finally, Register again for 2020 Waec.
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