Marks might be the parameter to get one through educational institutions, but they are definitely not the criteria to judge somebody. With
the recent announcement of board results, we asked few TV stars about their scores in their boards, and if marks made any difference to their lives! Take a look…
I got 72 and 84 percentages in my 10th and 12th standards, respectively. I did quite well in my studies and also did my graduation in commerce. But today, all my degrees are kept at home. Thus I feel that education is necessary but only when you are going for academics as a career. I feel personality holds more importance than qualification.
I think learning never ends. Education is important but marks aren’t everything. One must work on one’s overall talent and personality too. I had scored 55 and 79 in my 10th and 12th boards, respectively
Life is taught less in text books and more off it. Then only you learn to explore, try, fail and get back up. Marks are definitely not everything as an all-round personality is important. Though I scored 60 percent in 10th, I got 80 percent in 12th.
Ripu Daman Handa
Education is important, but good marks are not a benchmark of success in life. I had only scored 48 (Xth) and 57 (XIIth) percent in my boards, but I am proud to say that I am doing quite well in life.
I had scored 47 and 58 percent in the boards. I feel extracurricular interests makes a lot of difference. Degree and percentage are important, but that is not the sole criteria for success. Education is a necessity, but in the long run, total personality and skills counts. High percentage doesn’t guarantee a successful career; one has to work hard in the chosen field.
Education is necessary, but percentages don’t decide our career always. Your area of interest should be objective and with
that in mind, you need to work hard in that direct. As for marks, I scored 60 and 70 percent in my boards (10th and 12th, respectively).
I scored 78 and 76 percent in 10th and 12th, respectively. I used to take part in almost all co-curricular activities, especially dance and sports and always won awards too. I was also the Head Girl in school and I believe that apart from studies, taking
part in co-curricular activities also gives one a lot of confidence, which adds to one’s personality.
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