You have just completed your 10th class and are a few days away from starting your first day of the 11th class. There are three possible scenarios for a situation like this: you are happy with your board result, you are not happy with your board result, you are happy with your board result but your family isn’t. No matter what scenario you find yourself in, there is only one sentence that you must keep in mind: There is always room for improvement. You do better today than you did yesterday, and you can do better tomorrow than you did today. Nothing should stop you from trying to achieve perfection. Although you can receive numerous tips, tricks, pieces of advice, words of encouragement, etc., there is a different command you have over your brain. Hence, when you set your mind to improve in any field, you are bound to reach your goals. Here are a few tips to help you through the process from which you can see self-improvement in yourself after class 10th.
Although a big part of your life, do not just hold this true just for your studies. It can be anything from morals to academics. Think long and hard about where you went wrong and think about how you can prevent yourself from making those same mistakes again. Whether it was too much slacking before a final paper or not concentrating enough or skipping a few chapters. You, out of all people, are the only ones who can realize your mistakes and emerge as a better student for your future.
Maybe you didn’t score as much you hoped you would, maybe you failed to meet expectations of your parents and teachers, whatever the reason is, you must know that no good ever comes with a negative attitude. Blaming yourself too much for failure and not trying again is worse than trying and failing again. “Try, try until you succeed” is a mantra well suited for such situations. From this tip, you can achieve self-improvement skills in yourself after the 10th.
You know without a doubt that you worked the hardest for your 10th board and to score a stream of your choice. But hard work cannot be measured, there is always more of where that comes from. Even if you think you gave your best in 10th and there is no way you can beat those efforts then you are wrong. You can always work much harder if you set your mind to it.
Whatever you scored in your 10th examinations, you did it all based on your ability and hard work, but keep in mind that 11th and 12th class can be much more difficult than 9th and 10th and there might come situations where you feel lost or confused. In such situations, call out for help from friends and teachers who will support you, teach you, and encourage you. They say there is no better teacher than your friend! Put those words into practice and form a study group with your friends and peer where you can exchange information, tips, and tricks for exams, help each other out in difficult subjects, etc.
One of the reasons you may feel left behind or not up to the mark might be because of your failure to plan and strategize for your 10th You understood and learned all the concepts but were still unable to score great. The answer to such a problem is to plan your preparation well and always give yourself enough time to retain the information. From this tip, you can achieve self-improvement skills in yourself after the 10th.
You can have all the plans and timetables in the world but leaving everything to study a few days before the exam is not only tough but irresponsible. You can make excuses for yourself thinking “If I study now, I won’t even remember it at the time of the exam”, maybe this is true, but learning the second time after forgetting the first time will make for easier and quicker learning. From this tip, you can achieve self-improvement skills in yourself after the 10th.
You may or may not have gotten till 11th class by mugging up, but that is a mode of study that will do no good 11th class onwards. It is important to know and understand the concepts rather than the word to word answer because if you do forget the answer, you can just make it up on your own thanks to your conceptual skills. Moreover, 12th board exams and entrance tests after 12th focus more on concept-based questions and not direct questions. From this tip, you can achieve self-improvement skills in yourself after the 10th.
Your parents may have given you false hopes when they told you 10th is the last time you will have to work hard for your future. Because in reality, the 10th is just the first step to reach the heights of success. If you do not realize how important the two school years after the 10th are, then you have already failed. These two years have the potential to make ore break your future and you should be aware of its consequences, both good and bad.