Hello and welcome to ExamPundit. Right after the examination results we often give posts for the successful candidates. How to prepare for Interview, what to study for interview, how was their interview. We totally ignore the people who could not clear, who were close.
Right after the result, we meet plenty of GOOD aspirants, totally confused from where to start and what to start. So today, this post is for people who came close but could not make it this time.
What to do now?
First of all, DO NOT GIVE UP at ANY COST. You have worked hard, came close, believe in yourself, you will definitely make it.
Now, you have plenty of recruitment exam coming up. Tentatively you have AO Exams, Clerical Exams and from other financial organisation there can be recruitments. So basically you have plenty of chances coming your way. Another reason for not giving up right?
Analyse and Evaluate!
Be your own Mentor and Analyse your mistakes. Evaluate your past 6 months performance. In case you are unable to evaluate your past 6 months performance, mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply you.
What to do after Analyse and Evaluation?
Make a list of Pros and Cons. What are things went perfect and were consistent over the 6 months? Is it General Awareness which has been really low throughout? Right down the topics and make a list of Good and Bad.
Now Look at the Good side and make sure you maintain them in that side. Bad things are nothing but stuffs which need improvement. No one is Bad at something throughout. With dedication you can be good at anything. So, start with the bad things and improve them. Again, if you are unable to understand which of the bad topic you should start, you can always use the Ask The Mentor Page to get a good answer.
We cannot do anything about the past. The only thing we can do is using that experience to make sure that we don’t repeat them in the present.
Things to do:
1) Study – Smart but Sincerely
2) Follow a Strict Routine
3) Don’t let Past Intervene Your Present
4) DO NOT GIVE UP
5) Don’t Stress Yourself over One Topic
Failure is success if we learn from it.
– Malcolm Forbes of Forbes Magazine