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Soaring and scoring high in the class 12 Board exams 

The students of Apeejay School, Faridabad have performed exemplarily in the class 12 Board exams



When the right soil, enough sunlight and water are provided to a plant, undoubtedly it blooms into a full grown tree. So just imagine, when school students are provided value-based education by teachers who also mentor them like a parent and teach with a fun-based creative approach, they not just pass with flying colours, but also conquer the very sky. And this is what happens at Apeejay School, Faridabad Sector 15. The school’s students have once again made their alma mater proud by securing a commendable percentage in the CBSE Class 12 exam 2022.  

Pranav Gupta

Speaking to the school toppers about their incredible results, Pranav Gupta, who scored an astounding 98.2% mentioned that consistency was the secret of his success. He said, “I was always consistent with my studies and I regularly completed the school assignments that came in the Moodle app.  I was slightly afraid in Math, so I solved some 30 extra questions daily to strengthen my hold on the same.”

Sharing about his future targets, the Commerce student mentioned, “It is my dream to pursue B .Com Hons from Shri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi University. I am preparing for the entrance test now.” 

When asked about a word of advice for the upcoming batch, the school topper stated, “I would advise the students to focus during the classes at school. The reason is simple, mostly all the important questions that appear in the board question paper are discussed at great length in the classes at school.” 

Aarushi Dhillon from the Commerce stream scored a stellar 96.4% while securing 98 marks in Accountancy, her favourite subject. For Aarushi, vision and clarity are a must when setting targets and to achieve them in life. She said, “If you have a target in your mind that you have to score this much marks, then you will certainly achieve it. Just work in a focused way daily.”

Aarushi Dhillon

She also spoke about how the pandemic affected her study cycle and how she gradually rebuilt the same over the next two years. “After the pandemic, I was not used to studying for 5-6 hours at a stretch, so I would study for 2 hours and then take a half an hour break and then study again. That really worked,” she mentioned.

Aarushi who wants to join the Indian Army and is preparing for her NDA exam at the moment, further highlighted how the school was a pillar of support for all the students at every step. She stated, “The school helped me a lot.  Even after the online classes, our teachers sent us extra-academic material to study and practice. They were always ready to solve our doubts and took extra classes if needed.” 

Hardik Goel

From the non-medical stream, Hardik Goel scored 96.2%. He revealed that having a calm mind was his success mantra. “I don’t take undue pressure. I do not let it affect my mind. If one is not calm during such important exams, one faces a high probability of giving a wrong answer for even a familiar question,” he said. 

Giving insights into his preparation schedule, Hardik mentioned that his main focus was preparing for the JEE exam. “I focused on the JEE exam and that by default helped me cover most of the CBSE syllabus,” he mentioned. Aspiring to pursue undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering, he said, “I used to study for some 10-12 hours by December end. By February, I was studying almost the entire day.”

“Your success is our goal” Our students continue to shine with glory and make us proud. Heartiest congratulations to the students of classes 10th and 12th- 2021-22 on achieving 100/ percent results in CBSE board exams.
You have proved consistency is the hallmark of excellence.

-Anita Yadav, officiating Principal, Apeejay School, Faridabad

Arijit Roy is a young correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. He has done his masters in English literature from Delhi University and has a book of poems published by Writers Workshop India. He can be reached at [email protected]

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