UP Board Result 2018: How To Motivate Your Siblings If They Failed In The Examinations

How To Motivate Your Siblings If They Failed In The Examinations

Being the elder sibling it is natural that you worry about your younger sibling’s career and future. This extra speedy world can only recognise those who win the race of being a doctor, engineer, MBA and what not. But that should not lay a constant pressure on your sibling, to get the good marks in the exams. You also have gone through such phase and you know that how much fear and anxiety a child has to go through during this time. So, if your little sibling fails in the examination, you should know how to motivate him/her and again start preparing for the better marks. Hava a look at the following to know about it.

UP Board Result 2018: How to motivate your siblings if they failed

Do not get angry, rather discuss calmly:
This is not the right time to show your anger towards your siblings. It is your responsibility to be with them and tell them why this happened. You should discuss the facts and their faults which are responsible for this result.

Try to motivate them:
Your motivation will work the most as you are a guide, friend and well-wisher of your siblings. So, never discourage them by speaking ill words. Just be as delicate as you can and motivate them.

Help them to focus on the next challenge:
You should guide your brother or sister to manage their studies and be prepared for the next challenge. No matter this time they could not make it, but your guide will help them to focus more on the next round.

Talk some time out for them:
Give your little siblings some of your vital time. If you do not track their progress, you can not blame them for the result. You can make a routine for them, help them learning chapters, prepare for an exam. These small contributions of yours will help them a lot.

UP Board 2018 exams results are about to come. Around 34,04,571 students took UP Board Class 10 examination this year. The exams started from 6th of February and ended on 22nd February. For 12th board examination, around 26,24,681 students appeared for UP Board 2018 Class 12th examinations which began from 6th February to 12th March.

The number of students sitting for UP Board Examination 2018 has increased from the last year. Around 34,01,511 students appeared for UP Board class 10 and approximately 26,54,492 students of UP Board class 12th sat for the exam last year. In fact, last year, girls scored better than boys in UP Board examinations. In UP board class 10, girls success rate was 86.50. While boys had only 76.75 percent. However, in class 12th UP Board exams 2017, boys passing rate was 77.16 percent while girls had 88.80 percent success rate. Overall, the scale of passing percentage in UP Board class 10th stood at 81.18 percent. However, 82.62 percent students passed successfully in UP Board class 12th in 2017.

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