My granddaughter Munu went to school for nstse examination

India
January 30, 2011 2:30am CST
My granddaughter Munu went school to have the nstse (National Science Talent Search Examination). I am sure she will get high score, I am helping her daily in the preparation since January 1st, the day, we came here. I am associated with many examinations even now; they are of my life since 1968. After she came, all went for site seeing, today is Sunday. Special dishes were cooked. [b]So do you help your kids during examination preparation? On Sundays, you go out with family members? You cook and enjoy special dishes?[/b] Share your opinion please. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. . Cheers have a lucky day ahead.
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7 responses
• Philippines
30 Jan 11
What a good grandfather you are. I admire my mom for being like you too helping out my daughter with her reviews for a similar exam that she took this week. My brother also helped out so it was a joint family effort. I do cook her favorite dish to get her more excited about studying as well as permitting her to play after her review. After all she is still a child.
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@nangisha (3504)
• Indonesia
8 Feb 11
Hi professor!. I think you must be really proud with your grand daughter. You are lucky you had talented grand daughters. I think she must smart girl an I know from how you talk about her. Many time you mention her name in few of your discussion. I think my parent never really pay attention when we get exam but they always make the house comfort place and we can eat every think we want as long it won't made us sick. So how is the result did she got high score?.
@dorannmwin (36695)
• United States
2 Feb 11
My daughter is still very young and that means that she hasn't had to have any examinations yet. However, I do think that it is very important to help her with her homework and to prepare for the things that she has had to do with school so far in her life. As far as Sundays go, we try to spend some time on most Sundays with our more extended family. This might mean going over to my mother's house to eat with her and my siblings or it could mean going to my in-law's house and spending some time with them.
@Sreekala (18788)
• India
1 Feb 11
Hello Sir, Both of you are lucky. You got a brilliant grand daughter and she got a nice grandpa. It is always good to hear about the excellence of our kids. I do help my son for his studies.
@crazydaisy (3899)
• Canada
30 Jan 11
You're very lucky that you can I wish I could help my grandchildren on some of their home work but they live so far away and their mom feels it's all up to them to do it not have us help them which is sad I miss seeing them and spending time with them.When ever they come for weekend to stay over they both "HATE" to go back home they like to stay with me.but I can't doing anything or say anything to their mom. cd
@jaiho2009 (39034)
• Philippines
30 Jan 11
hello dada, I am sure she will get high score. I am not fond of teaching,but i always support my kids when they're going to have or take exams. My daughter is a scholar,so i always check and make sure she always done her works/projects on time to maintain a good grades. Good thing and i am happy to say that she always have good grades and sometimes even excel in her studies. Have a good day dada
@louievill (16638)
• Philippines
30 Jan 11
hi prof, I am sure she will get high grades not only because of your guidance but as they say, "it runs in the family"I'm sure she inherited that intelligence from you. My wife and I also help our children when there is a coming exam,we also cook special food. When they get medals or awards, we treat them to eat out plus a little cash incentive or toys.