Abheya, who excelled in the examinations, said consistency throughout the preparation was the key mantra that helped her in learning every topic precisely. “Hard work, following a proper timetable and remaining focused on studies are a must to achieve good marks,” added Abheya, who prefers reading novels every day.
She said she did not take any tuition while preparing for the board examinations and that she achieved the excellent marks on the basis of her hard work. However, she expressed her gratitude towards her parents and teachers who were very supportive and kept motivating her throughout the year. She scored a perfect 100 in economics, business and painting while 99 in accounts and 96 in English. Advising her juniors, she said, “We should never consider books as a burden, rather we should befriend them. One should make it a habit to deeply understand every topic. A resident of JP Nagar, Abheya had also bagged the All India third rank in the Class X exams. Aspiring to get into the field of finance, she is satisfied that her excellent marks have opened several fields before her and she can join one she likes most.
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