Kenya National Examinations Council will release KCSE results soon, Those who cleared school last year will be anxious to know what they scored. This is why what you scored is not important at all.
I finished high school ten years ago and I haven’t gone so far. There is very little difference between then and now. First if you fail don’t worry. You had only two hours and that can not define who you are. I did the two hour exam, luckily I passed. But consider below scenarios.
I failed two attempts though I am not that stupid
I sat for google’s open book exam to join them as an assessor, I was instructed to open the reading materials because it was important to give the correct answer. I failed two attempts though I am not that stupid. Speed was never a factor but accuracy was. You were never allowed to consult your books in your exams and you had limited time, that’s why you failed. I would prefer KNEC to consider giving open book exams. Life is an open book exam.
I had four failed attempts to join PWC’s graduate program.
I had four failed attempts to join PWC’s graduate program. Their aptitude test was open book. I was allowed to do it under own supervision which meant I could have consulted during the test. Men! four times I failed. Definitely now you think I’m not smart enough. I work in a bank before that I went through a rigoruos selection process.
My first three blogs failed terribly but I never gave up.
My first three blogs failed terribly but I never gave up. That is why you are reading this. Not this is one is doing so well but I am still pursuing it. The greatest failure is giving up. Focus is key and knowing what you want to do is also key. The difference between you and them that pass is time. They will take a shorter route, you will take a longer one and you will all arrive, at different times.