Of failing the board exam

I always mention this to my class, “Hindi sukatan ng pagkatao ang board exam. Hindi masusukat ng 500 items kung sino ka.”

Failing a board exam or any other exam is not a gauge that someone is weak or unworthy of the chosen possession. Failing a test is simply a reflection of the fact that an individual was not able to perform to the best of their ability on that particular day, or that they were not able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills they possess in the way that was required by the test. It does not reflect on their intelligence or their character as a person.

There are countless reasons why someone might fail a test. They might not have had enough time to study and prepare, or they might have been under a lot of stress or distractions. They might have simply made a mistake or forgotten something that they knew. Or, they might have been tested on material that they were not familiar with or that was not covered in their coursework.

Regardless of the reason, it is important to remember that failing a test does not define someone’s worth or ability. It is simply a temporary setback, and it is up to the individual to learn from it and move forward.

In fact, many successful individuals have failed tests or exams at some point in their lives. For example, Thomas Edison, the famous inventor, famously said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” He recognized that failure is a natural part of the learning process, and he used his failures as opportunities to learn and grow. He did not let his failures hold him back, but rather continued to strive for success and eventually became one of the most successful inventors in history.

So, if you or someone you know has failed a test or exam, it is important to remember that it is not the end of the world. It is simply a challenge to be overcome, and with hard work, determination, and a positive attitude, it can be overcome. Do not let a single failure define you or your abilities. Instead, use it as a learning opportunity, and keep striving for success.

Published by tEXtAMS

Nurse by profession. Teacher by heart.