So you failed the test ... or entire semester. what now?

Last Update on December 21, 2015

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Maybe you felt confident that you went to the test room …

Or maybe you knew that your chances were slimy than the bad guy.

In my opinion, everything I’m going to talk about in this article comes up to two main points:

  • Failure is not the end of the world, it happens to all …
  • Resilience to failure, learning from it and learning to repeat attempts-all necessary skills.
  • Now, I think the root cause of failure seems so monumental and terrible.

    We do not want to put ourselves in a position of vulnerability by disclosing our failures-so we are simply inclined to make our progress. As a result, people often have to deal with their failures alone ..

    So in order to understand that you are not alone-that we are both on the same game field-I’m going to lay out some of my own failures for the world to see …

    First of all, I was definitely not the perfect pupil. I was good at college as a whole, but I actually failed at least two exams (I’m just following my memory). One was in the physics class during my first year, and the other was in a computer network class during my junior year-a.

    In this last class, there were terms and concepts I literally never heard of. I spent so much time in this class.

    However, these two tests pale in comparison to something that happened in school-something I wanted to preserve since it happened. Thinking about it still makes me feel a little shame …

    During my senior year, I got a pretty cool part-time job in a little business in my city. Actually, I’ve been working a lot. I’ve only been to this job for three months. And that’s because I have.

    I remember walking out of the building that day and thinking.

    Look back, though …

    I was still in college. I’ve been hired in many places in college so far, and I’ve even been doing a full-time job.

    These errors are presented.

    Instead, it is a chaotic progression of successes and failures. Pics and valleys …

    Right now, you can end up in the valley. But the failure you put in there won’t keep you there. It’s just one low point in your life, and your next move is likely to be up …

    So, how do you handle your failures and start moving to your next peak as soon as you can? This is what we will cover in the rest of the article ..

    In my view, overcoming failure and learning from it is a process that breaks down in.

    Step 1: Control of the reduction

    Before you do anything else, you need to assess the need for any.

    For example, suppose you completely skipped the test. Obviously, you need to contact the professor.

    Thee things just happen ..

    Step 2: Get some distance.

    Failure seems monumental and earthly when they first happen. Your emotions are running, sirens running in your brain … and they’re probably not gonna let you do something useful right now …

    For this reason, I think you need a little time to get away from the problem and get some cool (after performing any necessary damage control, of course)

    Put it in a friend, get some sleep, or we’ll play for 7 hours.

    Step 3. Determine the reason for the failure.

    Albert Einstein said:“Madness does the same thing over and over and looks for different results.”

    Before you can dust and try again, you need some time.

    We do this naturally when we play video games; if you try to jump over a space and fall short, for example, you automatically realize that you need to run the empty to clear it ..

    You should perform this analysis on your real failures as well as on

  • There were too many classes this semester? You must have.Was it too hard?You were just unmotivated to pay attention or study?You didn’ t use a good one.
  • Did something in your private life distract you from school?After you determined what caused the failure, it was time …
  • Step 4. Development of improved attack plans and reattempts.

    Think about how you can try again in a more reasonable direction …

    For example, if you find yourself unmotivated to learn how you can improve your motivation? You may be:.

  • Get the reporting partner.
  • Setting up fixation devices.
  • Training in the library once a week rather than at dormitories.
  • After you created an improved plan of attack, it was time.

    Step 5: Get Help if you need it.

    I had a good number of students in the past who were interrupted and said:

    “I don’t want to raise my hand in class because I’m afraid I’ll look stupid.”

    It can’t be further from the truth. The request for help indicates that you are smart enough.

    Plus, now that you fail, you.

    It’s like being a passenger on a sinking ship. If someone comes to rescue you,

    Some words of motivation.

    That’s the sad truth. A lot of people seem to be letting their life go. They allowed their past failures and misdecisions to dictate the course of their future …

    Very few failures that can completely prevent you from adapting and retrying. As long as you don’t give up, the vast majority of failures will just make you smarter and more.

    In her speech at Harvard University in 2008, J.K. Rowling said that she had failed:

    If you don’t like where your failures came to you, you learn from them and try again. If you don’t like that you were yesterday,Are you looking for more tips?

    If you’re going to study methods of research that will help you avoid future mishaps, check mine.

    The book covers topics such as:.

  • Take a minute.
  • Get out of your class.Bring some nice notes.Read your tutorials more efficiently.
  • and a few more. In addition, it has many recommendations on tools and other resources that can facilitate your study.

    If you want to get a free copy of the book, let me know where to send it:.

    I will also keep you updated on new posts and videos that appear on this blog (they will be as good as this or better).

    I hope the article and these resources have helped you to some extent!

    If you want to share any experience that you have failed, you can do it in the comments below (or in the comments to the YouTube video where the discussion is a bit lively) ..

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