Suppose you are Sadit. One of your friends is Rahat. Both of you are brilliant students. But when your examination approaches, you get anxious. This is because, though you study a lot, you cannot represent them properly in the exam. As a result you cannot do well in the examination. Now,
Write a dialogue between you and your friend on how to do well in the examination
A dialogue between myself (Sadit) and my friend (Rahat) on how to do well in the examination—
Rahat: Hi Sadit, why do you look so dejected? Anything wrong?
Sadit : Nothing wrong, friend. When my examination approaches, my tension rises.
Rahat: Oh, it’s a great wrong. Aren’t you well-prepared?
Sadit : Not this is the case. I always study a lot but can’t do well in the exam. Would you help me in this case?
Rahat: Certainly. I guess, in the exam, you can’t remember answer or write answer to the point; or, can’t maintain your time properly. Am I correct?
Sadit : Strange! How do you know all of these?
Rahat: Listen Sadit. You should never cram anything without understanding. Always follow your text book and prepare your notes yourself. Revise them again and again and practice writing. In this way, you’ll be able to answer any question even if it is uncommon.
Sadit : Really valuable advice. But I can’t complete writing my answer in time.
Rahat: For this you should budget your time. You have to fix how much time you’ll get for every question. Don’t elaborate your answer unnecessarily.
Sadit : Another problem, Rahat. My handwriting is very bad.
Rahat: It’ll be unwise to try to make it beautiful. Just make your handwriting legible using double spacing. OK?
Sadit : OK, Rahat. I think your advice will be of great use to me. Thank you so much.
Rahat: You’re welcome.
Suppose you are Rashed. One of your friends is Mithun. Though Mithun studies less, he cuts better figure than you in the examination. Now,
Write a dialogue between you and your friend about how to do well in the examination
A dialogue between myself (Rashed) and my friend (Mithun) on how to do well in the examination—
Rashed: Hi Mithun, lucky you! You’ve occupied the first place in the class even in this year.
Mithun: As God wishes. Are you frustrated with your result?
Rashed: Not just that, friend. I don’t dream to overtake you. But I like to know the secrets of how to do well in the exam.
Mithun: There is no magic for good result, Rashed. It is the result of hard work and perseverance.
Rashed: I know that, friend. Don’t try to avoid me. Tell me what the secret of your success is.
Mithun:You just follow one thing—don’t follow any guide book or note book to cram something. Always follow your text book and understand well. Prepare your notes yourself if necessary. Practice writing again and again and test yourself. In this way, you’ll be able to answer any question even if it is uncommon.
Rashed: Is that all?
Mithun: In the exam hall, you should read through the whole question paper before starting to write. You can spend some time thinking and planning the answer. Your handwriting should be legible.
Rashed: But I can’t complete answering all the questions in time.
Mithun: For this you should budget your time. You have to fix how much time you’ll get for every question. Allot 15 minutes to revise the script in the end. Don’t elaborate your answer unnecessarily. OK?
Rashed: OK, Mithun. I think your advice will be of great use to me. Thank you so much.
Mithun: You’re welcome.