100 marks

By |2020-02-13T11:13:12+00:00February 13th, 2020|Education, Inspiring Story, People|

We have marks. Marks don’t define us. But marks nowadays have become our identity card. If you get good marks it means you are a scholar and if you get fewer marks it means you are a failure and no one bothers you. For example, if we look at the scholar student he has a huge expectation like 90 up out of 100 marks but if you look at the student who always been failure will expect 35 up out of 100 marks whereas I feel the only child who does not expect anything is the average child because he knows how much studies will surely not let him fewer marks and he might not be the scholar one too. The average child is never too sad nor too happy with his marks. If scholar kid gets 99 marks out of 100 he’ll somehow to try to check his paper and get 100 marks. Same for the failure child that if he gets 34 marks out of 100 so he will try to check his paper to get one marks to get himself passed. But about the average child. No don’t expect him to check his paper, okay you can also for once but if he is getting 2 marks more still he’ll not go to the teacher because he knows how much he is studying and he doesn’t need to tell people about it. So I think people should never judge kids on their marks scored in exams. Not everyone can get 100 Marks. Remember a piece of paper cannot decide your future.


About the Author:

Ruby Rajesh Yadav is an amateur writer studying microbiology. She started writing as a column writer for Times of India coastal road and later for Tap the chatter in Pune mirror. Her parents have been a great supporter and inspiration in every phase of her life. In the age of falling in love, she found her love in writing quotes, poems, articles, and stories. Reading storybooks of different writers made her a storyteller at many open mics and publish podcasts too. Her works and write-ups have found a place in different anthologies like Hunched Alfaaz, Whimsical Motions, Mystical Musing, and Taare Zameen Par magazine where she has worked as a co-author. Her dream to be google searchable came to be true as her work was recognized at different writing platforms like Story Mirror, Your Quote, Terribly Tiny Tale, and websites like Real she power and Zorba books spotlight. She has her own blog known as a Tangled teenager and has started a community page called Every Smile around during the lockdown period where she shares real-life inspiring stories to motivate people all around. You can find this happy soul scribbling her thoughts on her Insta account: _rubyadav_

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