Inspiration for cracking banking exams –“Learn from your failures”

It does not matter, how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop – a famous quote by Confucius. It really inspires a lot and has hidden meaning which is not easy to understand. Let’s relate this quote with all the banking exam aspirants who fail number of times before getting succeeded.

What this line means in short- “Keep going, don’t stop, until you reach your destination”. People are often seeing getting impatient if they don’t get expected results out of something. This is all because technology has made man so impatient, one click, all done. This all has practically impacted those things in our life which can’t be achieved through technology.

Rome wasn’t built in a day, famous Mona Lisa painting took 3-4 years to complete, J.K. Rowling planned for more than five years to bring seven series book of Harry Potter. Take inspiration from such people.

Talking about getting a job in Government Banking Sector, this is not one day deal. One needs to devote his/her everything to get it (Here I am not talking about the exceptionally God gifted students). It’s not easy as walk on cake; it is more or less equivalent to walking on fire barefoot.

When aspirants start preparing with the aim of getting a banking job, they often lose their hope in start days only, as there are number of failed students around them who are ready to demotivate them. Keep one thing in mind, they have failed because they are impatient and they have accepted failure as their destiny. There is famous saying in Hindi: “Sabar ka fal meetha hota hai”. Patience and efforts always pay off.

If you have failed many times in past, don’t lose hope. Practice as much as you can. Don’t forget when you are preparing for banking exams, 30% is building your concepts and 70% is practice. So practice as much as you can. Practice makes a man perfect. Educity provides free and paid services for preparation of banking and similar exams  . Visit their website to know more.

So, in last I would like to say, don’t take a back seat even if you fail multiple times. Hop in the front again and try try till you die.

Happy Learning !!

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