Did you experience to fail your exam?

@youless (100243)
Guangzhou, China
July 6, 2007 8:58am CST
It's very common we failed some exams of our subjects. As the teachers always gave us so difficult exams. The study pressure was so heavy. Fortunately I had never failed my exams when I was in the university.
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• India
7 Jul 07
ya. once i failed in maths. actually am not that good in maths and that year the maths was tough. so i failed in my annual exams but fortunately my cumulative for the whole year was above the passing marks and i was declared pass.
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Jul 07
I wasn't good at maths, too. It's just too difficult for me.
• Philippines
10 Jul 07
ya it is hard to solve especially the deffirintial and integral calculus it is too hard but for my effort i pass and have a high grade :)
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• Philippines
10 Jul 07
ya it is hard to solve especially the deffirintial and integral calculus it is too hard but for my effort i pass and have a high grade or scores :)
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@hillock (749)
• Qatar
13 Nov 07
Jeez i hate to admit it but i did. a couple of times i guess. and i was ashamed for it the first time but when i failed again i wasnt that sad cause i got used to it already. hehehehe!
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 07
Don't worry, it already became the history:)
@hillock (749)
• Qatar
13 Nov 07
yah especially those exam that i didnt have the time to study. but in my inorganic chemistry, i really did study hard but then again the test was out of this world topic. like where the hell did he got those question anyways. we discovered that he got it from a book so we found one in the library and since then we passed!
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• India
11 Nov 07
I failed once when i studied in the college. Reason for that is, i had a broken leg due to a freak accident and i didnot appear the examination, on the exam day. So i got failed. After joining the job, in Life insurance Corporation of India, I took the departmental tests contaning Sixteen papers spread over three levels, i got failed on two times on these papers but subsequently i cleared it. In this connection i am happy to share with you, that i am the only person who have cleared these sixteen papers, and nobody else have cleared these till this date. Take care dear:)
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Nov 07
The failure is the mother of success, so it is not a big deal to fail:)
• India
12 Nov 07
Thanks friend.. why you did not turn up yesterday, Busy schedules?
@jackli (203)
• China
7 Jul 07
congratulations. I think the exams in university are easy to pass. because some teachers always disclose some info about the exam without intention. huh. some students especially girls have the ablility to make teachers to say some info. lol. do u agree with me about it? by the way, i had never failed any exams when i was in the university too.
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Jul 07
I don't agree with you, our teachers always kept secrets about the exam. I remember I especially worried about one subject once. At that time it was the Olympic Games in Spain.
• Philippines
10 Jul 07
ya you are right because some of my classmate tried to be friendly to their teacher so that they will got the information about questioner or test so that they might know in which part they will study for the exam.
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• India
14 Nov 07
Failures are the stepping stones to success,but when one fails its quite sure one never remembers that and get gloomysimilar is my case.till now ,if my memory is right i have failed twice.once when i was in 7th standard i failed since it was an unexpected exam and i got one digit mark,i cried that whole day even though that was a class test.then i failed in one of my university exams.but that was quite expected as i hadnt prepared.that day i felt very sad but didnt cry because many of my classmates also failed in that subject.next time i am going to write that exam again and i hope i will get through.to be sincere i feel everyone must atleast feel the feeling of failure because if you always succedd in everything you do you lose the spirit of life.
@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
14 Nov 07
Twice isn't a lot anyway:)
@subathra (3519)
• India
13 Nov 07
I have never failed in any of my exams either in school or college..being an outstanding student i always had the habit of reading my daily task and hence while the exams near its easy for me to prepare thoroughly..sometimes i score low marks but never failed..
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 07
I am impressive to outstanding student:)
@djmarion (4901)
• Philippines
13 Nov 07
i haven't experience failing my exam so far. i am very serious with my studies during my school years and i always come to class prepared.
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 07
It is good that you pay attention to your study.
@lucky_witch (2711)
• Philippines
12 Nov 07
No, i never experienced failing in my exams. I see to it that i am ready to take exams during exam period. I find it a little bit embarrassing to show a test paper to my mom and dad with failing grades. I believe that with their hard work and love for me, they deserve to see good grades in my paper and report cards.
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Nov 07
Your parents must be so proud of you:)
@jiangli (363)
• China
11 Nov 07
I haven't failed in my any exams of our subjects from elementary school to university! I think if you prepare adequately ,you can pass them!
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Nov 07
Good student:)
• Hong Kong
26 Aug 07
There was one subject that I would fail every time when I was in high school - Math! I was not interested in formulas and stuff and I didn't bother because my other subjects were way more than fine. I was glad that I didn't have to do math when I was in university. I never failed in my university life because I got to focus on the subjects I love.
@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Aug 07
Math is also a difficult subject for me.
@eprado (1473)
• Philippines
26 Aug 07
Yes I agree with you I do face difficult exams when I was still studying. I did experienced failing on exam sometime in my study life but whenever I do I try to make up for it on the next one so I would'nt fail on that subject. :-)
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Aug 07
Thanks for your response.
@shinjiao (1464)
• China
25 Aug 07
Fortunately you had never failed your exams when you were in the university but unfortunately,I failed in my exam last semester in my university.The subjet is related to computer,and the title is C Language(???C??).I don't understand why a student like me,the major is English Translation,should learn this rubbish classes in university. I have to accept that I have no interest in this subject and I just learned it by myself before the exam.To my surprise my mark was okay(of course for me,a student who just appeared in this class two times in the whole semester.)But the truth is I should pass it in my next semester.LoL.
@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Aug 07
Oh, it's hard to believe that you major in English but you have to learn C Language. In the past we just needed to know the simple program language and some lessons about computer. Frankly, the computer lessons are rubbish in the university. We will never use the useful computer skills in the school, sad to say.
@xiuluoelly (1225)
• China
25 Aug 07
When I was still a student, so I am examinations to monitor the end of the world, when I graduated, in order to get the accounting qualification certificates, but also to take the examination, I soon crazy. When will they no exams ah.
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Aug 07
Thanks for your reply.
@yanstill (1491)
• China
7 Jul 07
i failed once. i didnt pass CET 6 for the first time,and i didn't know how i passed it the second time.i hate to pass exams like this,really.i feel like it is useless,and a waste of time.i passed that exam,but i still don't think my english improved. my hardest time was not in college,but in high school.and now looking back,nothing.
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@youless (100243)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Jul 07
I forgot it. I didn't pass my CET 6 at the first time, too. I passed it at last. It means nothing to me. It's only useful when you look for a job.