Exams Over,Now What?

Exams Over,Now What?

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So your exams have finally got over and you’ve now planned to complete your long pending sleep.My friend, wake up.There are a lot of things happening around the world. All you need to do is keep your eyes open. Here are the things listed below that you can do to make your post-exam vacation worthwhile.

1. Learn a skill.

Had a fascination towards a musical instrument but never made it a priority to learn it? Wanted to learn how to drive but never got the time for it? Is dancing your hidden passion? Now is the time to take out some time to learn what you’ve always wanted to. Because learning has no age. Right?

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2. Join an NGO.

If wanting to do something good for the society is your thing, then you can join an NGO. There are different NGO’s working for different causes. You can choose to work in an NGO that works for a cause that you strongly support. Remember, it always feels good to bring a smile on someone else’s face. 🙂ngo

3. Do an internship.

In this competitive world it is very necessary to stand out from the crowd. To be able to do so, join an internship. It will not only help you to gain exposure in your field but will also add experience to your CV. You may, perhaps, receive a stipend as well.The_Value_of_Internships-620x320

4. Visit your distant relatives.

You can go to visit your relatives living in far off places. You will get to see a new place and also know more about your family. When you return home, you’ll have plenty of memories to cherish.relatives

5. Plan a vacation.

Sometimes you get the feeling of wanting to run away somewhere far off from all your problems. Plan a vacation with your family or friends. You can also go on a road trip. This will surely help you forget all your worries (at least for sometime.)vaca

 

What are you waiting for now? Choose any of the above things and make your post-exams vacation productive. If you act now, you won’t have to regret later on.

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Ianthe sings, plays drums and other musical instruments, has learnt kathak, acts, writes and occasionally studies. She's currently a student of BA (hons) Journalism at Kamala Nehru College, University of Delhi.

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