Cameras flashed as reporters gathered outside the hospital room to speak with Nusrat. According to a viral article by her classmate, she had a life-changing experience. Meanwhile, her parents and a witness gave their statements to reporters.
“All the comparisons with our neighbors’ children and the hours of training lessons, all spent in vain,” the father said with a frown. “What am I going to tell my first cousin that I haven’t seen in 10 years when he calls to ask for my daughter’s grades?” “
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“Nusrat was almost always the top scorer in the class, and when she wasn’t she always made sure everyone knew it was only because she wasn’t studying at all. it was different, ”said the witness, who is Nusrat’s classmate.
Suddenly the door opened and a nurse came out.
“The patient is in stable condition now and can have visits,” the nurse said calmly, letting the parents and a handful of reporters into the room to interview Nusrat.
“How did this happen? Tell us everything,” asked a reporter.
“Well, it was a normal day,” Nusrat said. “I reminded my teacher of the homework she forgot to give and laughed out loud at all her jokes. Then the unthinkable happened.”
“Carry on,” one reporter urged as everyone looked at her wide-eyed.
“We got our exam papers back and, and, I had failed,” Nusrat said, crying as his parents held his hand. “I went above and beyond for my studies. I told people I didn’t study even when I did. I even turned on the mic during online lessons to make sure the teacher knew that I laughed at her jokes, and that’s what I get in return? ” she continued.
“How did you go from being the top scorer to this one? Another reporter said curiously.
“First of all, I didn’t study at all. Be sure to include “not at all” in your report, please. Second, slacking off during online lessons just got too easy. Of course my camera was on so I could. I didn’t fall asleep, but I started doing fuzzbeed quizzes during class and zoned out. ”
“How did you get to the hospital? asked a reporter.
“The exam results were posted during the class. After seeing my poor performance, I felt such pain in my chest that I thought I was having a heart attack. I fell to the ground then that all my comrades were watching through their screens and I was soon rushed to the hospital, ”she paused before continuing. “According to the doctor, it was just acidity,” she admitted with an embarrassed look.
“So what did you learn from this experience? Inquired the journalists.
“I learned that I was conditioned to believe that my grades define my self-esteem, but that is just plain wrong. A bad exam, surprisingly, is not the end of the world.”
The interview ended soon after and Nusrat was left alone again. She then grabbed her phone and Googled “How to politely tell people to worry about their own children when they ask for your grades” as she rested her head on the pillow.
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