Why do people feel discouraged when they have gotten F in their exam?
I have noticed a lot of people given up because they failed in exam. Why shouldn't they learn how to try harder and challenge themselves to be the best and not feel discouraged. How do you guys feel about this matter?
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It sounds easy, but in reality it is very difficult to bounce back. Not only do you feel bad about yourself when everyone around you did better, but it feels like you disappointed many people. Also, it's sad when you studied a lot all for nothing. And finally, it will crush their GPA and make them feel like the Ivy League is no longer within reach for them. I got a 70 on a math test once which brought my grade to a B so I worked super hard and got it to an A, but it was very discouraging at first.
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