3 Reasons you failed your exam … If you are sat asking why you failed, this quick video is for you…
I’m a very positive person, but being real is key.
If you failed your exam, then its important to know why you failed, so you can pass next time.
So often we can cover up failure by blaming someone or something else; but if we just accept and take responsibility for the result we create, then… and only then… can we start analysing what went wrong and relearn how to do it better.
A few years ago I was in the same situation, but for my motorbike license test, I failed one section 4 times and I was so ashamed, I kept hiding my resits from loved ones, and blaming other people/things on the reason why I didn’t pass. It was only when I accepted the result and changed how I was preparing for the test, that I finally passed.
You see it’s not about saving face, or hoping it will be better next time… its about being real and honest with yourself; seeing the situation as it is (no better and no worse) and then taking actions to change the outcome next time.
So, if this is you, then watch this quick 2 minute to explore the 3 reasons you failed your exam and what you need to change to pass next time 🙂
These are the 3 reasons you failed your exam or a specific question:
Which of these three affects you most? Comment below
Dedicated to your learning.
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Good luck for your next exam; let me know how you get on 🙂