What you Believe you Get
So its nearly the end of the year and the yearly exams come along. My tutor asked me to get a good mark for maths (she does maths tuition with me), like all tutors do. Thanks to her my average percentage is around 82%. Yeah, I will, I told her and myself. Of course I can! I know I can.
The day before I did the exam my tutor gave me some simple revision of maths. I’m not a fan of doing notes for exams, I just go into the exam with my brain and my body. Heres how it worked out: I kept visualizing the marked paper in front of me with a score of 60/65. Before the exam everyone just freaks out and so did I, but I didn’t say anything negative or about failing. Then the test came. It wasn’t too bad, not that hard. Just do my best, I told myself.
The time between finishing the test and receiving the marks today, I kept visualizing that 60/65, never letting that thought out of my mind.
Today the whole class received their marks back.
Apart from silly mistakes and little misunderstandings I got 59.5, so close to 60.
Little study, big results.