Professor was done with marking our scripts. A lot had moody expressions on their faces after realizing what they had scored. Imagine someone getting a “10” out of “30”, it means to get an A the individual had to get a “60” out of “70”. Though everyone wanted professor to give us our scripts, his principle was not in line with that. I’m sure you’re interested in what I got, well… When Preparation is maximized, you can almost guarantee that Success is being Maximized(Read up last episode).
There were some of my course mates already giving up. But then, why give up when it’s not the end? It’s more or less fighting a lion and giving up because you’re tired, you fight till when the lion is tired!
About five of my coursemates that scored between the range of 12 and 15 didn’t give up. They were bent on getting the grade they deserved. After the occurrence, rarely would you see them play in class during any spare time, they were always reading.

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They had realized what they wanted and decided to run with what they wanted. After all, with realization comes hunger! Exams were fast approaching yet Professor had not given us a comprehensive note but here were the “Great 5” ready to face the exam. They didn’t need professor’s note to face the exams, they needed what they had recruited in their head. Little wonder why it wasn’t a surprise to me when at the end, the “Great 5” each had an A except one which had a B.
It was almost looking like the end of the “Great 5” was going to be disastrous but then, they realized they had a choice and decided to make the end of their beginning a wonderful and fruitful story!
You always have a choice of how the end will look from the beginning!

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