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Tension due to not faring well in exams - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
User :   hi
User :   m tensed
User :   actually m studying in xxx xxx
Doctor :   About what are you tensed ?
User :   nd I am already registered with chartered accountancy course
User :   and today I have got very less marks in accounts...
Doctor :   ok
User :   I m thinking if m not scoring well in 12th class...
User :   how will i score good marks in chartered accountancy test
User :   after class 12th
Doctor :   ok
User :   wat should I do
Doctor :   There are many careers that you could look into but fore most you shall need to get this into your hed that you need to get mre marks
Doctor :   in what ever you do than to be worrioed about What if i get low marks
Doctor :   Since for that you shall havae a long time but to study you have time only now
Doctor :   if you have low marks now try and find out what went wrong and rectify that
Doctor :   that way the next exam that you give the main one will be able to fetch you more marks

Doctor :   QAre you with me ?
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