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Goof ups and failed attempts are plenty in number, especially when you’re a teenager dealing with exams, friends, family and a whole lot of peer pressure. But everyone has a different way of dealing with a bad result, which can be broadly classified into two categories: the optimist‘s approach and the pessimist‘s approach. I wish I could say I was the former, but sadly I’m pretty much the latter.

Stage 1: Facing failure

The Optimist: 

The Pessimist:

Stage 2: Facing Relatives

The Optimist:

The Pessimist:

Stage 3: Facing Friends

The Optimist: 

The Pessimist:

Stage 4: Now what?

The Optimist:

The Pessimist: 

Stage 5: Executing the plan

The Optimist:

The Pessimist: 

Don’t let your exam results weigh you down. You are #GreaterThan your marks, you can get up again and do it better this time around. 

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