Let me tell you something.. If he had felt "insulted" a few semesters ago when someone like me had pointed out his failures regarding these backlogs, i can certainly say [hope ] this would never have happened.. Sometimes Criticism is important to get you on the right track.. Never assume that just because he is asking for help, blindly giving him "moral support" will miraculously get him out of this predicament
I may sound like a total douche but OP has failed to realise the importance of avoiding BLs, moral support now wont do him any good
And for the love of god, tell your parents about this.. DO NOT LISTEN to anyone saying dont do this .. Right now you are paying for the bad decisions you made, and you are old enough to know about this, but please do not make another bad decision by not telling your parents and worsen your situation
if you have an older brother or sister, its best to ask them for guidance
Last edited by Nerevarine; 11-04-2015 at 01:03 PM.
Social club ID: _SyntaxError_
Desktop : Intel i5 4440 3.1 GHz, Gygabyte B85 M/b, Kingston Hyperx Blu 2 x 4GB RAM, Dell S2240L Monitor, Asus R9 280x Direct CUII 3GB, WD Green 1 TB, XBOX 360 Controller for Windows, Logitech G400s, Samsung 840EVO 120GB SSD
Mobile : LG G2 32GB, Nokia N8 - Belle
Dude no need to feel guilty for any your mistakes
**** happens just deal with it with whatever you got when you finish your degree there is a whole different world waiting for you
People in general cannot tolerate failure but thats the most necessary thing which tells about oneself .
And people who critisize are ones who actually fear failure the most and that fear keeps ruling them for life.
Always remember desire to succeed needs to be more than the fear of failure.
I had studied under ignou and therefore i'm fully aware of how much anguish and misery one experiences after suffering backlogs-my experience at ignou was like a waking nightmare as no matter how much i tried i couldn't completely avoid getting backlogs-their system of conducting examinations was abysmal and there were instances when i got poor marks or even failed despite doing well in certain papers-many of my batchmates also failed unexpectedly in various subjects even though they had done quite well and were hopeful of getting atleast the pass marks-it seems the ignou examiners are evil sadists who deliberately give poor marks even to students who don't deserve it so that they fail and have to endure extreme agony and humiliation,not to mention the frustration of having to appear in the same exam all over again in the following semesters.
@op i am sorry to hear about your predicament,i hope you'll find a way to earn a degree in a legitimate manner soon enough.
Last edited by quicky008; Yesterday at 10:47 PM.
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” - Oscar Wilde
same here. I too had 15+ arrears in my 4th semester of MCA.
Also, i would mention very important thing here. I never failed in any exam before and was afraid to have arrears in my BCA course. But in MCA I took studies lightly and lost all the fear of backlogs. Result, 15+ backlogs just before the college placements. Obviously I was not eligible to sit in any campus recruitment programs. Somehow cleared all the backlogs before finishing my college and got the degree on time, though Second class. I regret a lot about not getting placed in campus.
Point is, one have to give their best to come out this mess, but waking up sooner, as Nerevarine mentioned, is important. If one was forced to study certain course, then i guess this is expected thing, otherwise better avoid backlogs at first place. This is nothing to be proud off as many of us feel in college and brag about backlog count.