Read the Success Story of Siddharth Dev , who took 44 failures in life as a learning opportunity and went on to clear some prestigious SSC & Bank exams. Siddharth firmly believes that no opportunity is big or small and one should keep studying even after clearing exams as learning is a continuous process.
Here is his inspiring story:
Hi Friends ! I am Siddharth Dev. I have done B.Tech in ECE , 2015 passout. It was my aim to get into government service so I did not join TCS & HCL and started preparing for competitive exams after my graduation. I never took any exam as BANK type or SSC type. I focused more on learning the concepts and practicing as much as I could.
It took 44 failures (learning opportunities) in total after week after week exams to finally get my first joining letter in Dec 2017 of LIC HFL (joined on 10th Jan 2018). I worked there for 4 months and then resigned as my next joining in Ministry of Defence through SSC Graduate Level came in June 2018. I am currently working and will resign in the last week of August 2019 and will join Ministry of Communication as Junior Wireless Officer and will continue my preparation till I reach Class 1 officer post.
I have gone through many ups and downs in my life but I never gave up. I went into interview of PO thrice and got out after getting 71,72 & 81 marks in Interview as my written marks were on cutoff line all the time. I reached in waiting list for Revenue Inspector in MP but it did not get cleared. I took the risk of not joining DCCB Clerk in MP as my preparation was going very well and my intuition was indicating for a better selection soon. Even today after being in Gov. job I still study till late nights and I give exams so as to not lose the grip because learning is a continuous process and I have still something left to be achieved.
In my selection the major role was played by all learning sources whether teachers, video lectures or exam experience and no doubt the role of Speed Tests where I developed accuracy with speed which is must to crack any exam and I found Oliveboard a very good platform for it. Remember these key points to success:
1- Plan and study and focus on concept.
2- Practice Pen free solving approach (I still solve 60% maths oral or through options and its very well possible)
3- Regular speed tests and maximum exams. (No exam is small or big)
4- Current Affairs and GA not be underestimated and they turn out to be decider now a days.
Do proper revision and be honest to yourself. Friends no target is impossible…just give your heart out…use your potential in the right direction. ALL THE BEST !!!!!!
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