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Recently, I got myself enrolled in an intermediate college. I am happy to announce that I possess a spotless past as far as the ‘copy culture’ or cheating during examinations is concerned. Having said that, I am not ashamed to admit that I was tempted time and again by uneven circumstances to step into this messy trend.
As it happened during my exams in high school, where I witnessed all the exaggeration about ‘copy culture’ being transformed into a bitter fact. It was indeed a painful sight.
But my commitment was not shattered because it was fueled by uncompromising self-belief.
Consequently, I passed my exams gracefully without being part of the traditional copy culture. As they rightly say, fortune favors the brave. I followed an unusual and considerably tough path. Since my intentions were right, I paid off. Continuing where I had left, I am having my intermediate exams in a similar fashion.
Knowing that poor grades can severely dent my ambition of becoming a doctor, I will rather prefer losing gracefully than winning cheaply. I am neither a politician nor a civil servant, yet I consider that it is my duty to contribute, whatever I can in my limited range of resources, to the improvement and empowerment of our society.