Nagpur: With the results of the SSC exams of State Board declared on June 6, 2016, it came to fore that girls earn higher grades than boys. This is said to be true across the globe too. Proving the recent findings true, the girls scored better in State Board held SSC exams too.
While speaking to Nagpur Today, second topper from the city in SSC exams of State Board Rajvi Ambulkar of Somalwar High School, Ramdaspeth, said that consistent and qualitative studies right from day one does yield its desired results.
Rajvi said that she would give all the credits of her success to her parents (Father Suhas Ambulkar and Mother Archana Ambulkar), class-teacher and subject teachers. She claimed that she received immense emotional support from her teachers and parents.
The young girl Rajvi who till then was speaking bravely and confidently with media personnel broke down the moment when her class-teacher came to congratulate her. She simply hugged her and let loose her emotions. Her teacher who was beaming with pride said that she had to prod her often to do well.
While speaking about methodology of her studies, she said that she believes in learning and not memorizing. She too believed in qualitative studies. She too had planned her study schedule and used to adhere to the schedule. She availed the tutorials of Athawale Coaching Classes. However, Rajvi vehemently claimed that the teaching in the school is enough to succeed in the exams. She availed of the test series which helped boost her confidence to appearing for the examinations.
While speaking about her stress busters, she said that she used to listen to Music, dance (Bharatnatyam) and go for swimming.
While speaking about her role model, Rajvi said that her role model was her uncle who is a doctor. Inspired by him, she too wants to become a doctor.