By Neeru Gaba
I often ask myself -- what feelings do most students experience before getting their results? Nervousness, anxiety, fear of failure?
Then one day, I noticed people buzzing about like bees, to catch a snapshot of a cricket match on TV. The batsman played a tough spin and fell under the scrutiny of the third umpire.
Some people in the crowd shut their eyes. A few others folded their hands and froze in silent prayers. Sounds familiar? As a student, I went through something similar too -- during exams. Well, in the case of the match, there was one person who switched off his thinking brain while the umpire came to a decision: the batsman.