First and foremost, I personally think that perseverance, commitment and hard work will help you strive in any circumstances, including the A-Level exams.
Something I want to share with you from what I’ve learnt throughout the preparation stages for this exam is that it made me realised what success means: “A progressive realisation of a worthy goal.”
To everyone of you currently preparing for exams or just reading this for some reason, I believe that you will be successful if you are ready to give yourself a realistic goal, no matter academically or in any other aspects. Because by realising one’s own goal, with commitment, perseverance and hard work, you will definitely achieve it.
On top of that, I believe that everyone is unique and so is your goal. Those aiming to become a doctor, keep it up; those preparing to get good grades in the exam, keep it up; and those achieving your goals, keep it up as well.
Lastly, keep in mind that your goal only reflects upon yourself, it has nothing to do with anyone else. So, be yourself, motivate yourself through your own goals, and continue to strive towards it, in the end, you will find yourself getting better, if not, getting more successful as you go on by being your ‘best self’.
I give my best regards to all of you. Cheers!