CET topper has advice for aspirants

Islamabad, Oct 9: Jan Muhammad Suhail of Kaamad, a remote village to the south of Kashmir, was an out-of-the ordinary student who relied on hard work and luck for his success, emerged topper in th...

Islamabad, Oct 9: Jan Muhammad Suhail of Kaamad, a remote village to the south of Kashmir, was an out-of-the ordinary student who relied on hard work and luck for his success, emerged topper in the recently announced result of the Common Entrance Test. He had scored 204 points.
 Suhail attributes his success to the steadfastness in his commitment to the studies. "Success depends on how committed you are towards achieving your goal," he said. "Unlike Board examinations, the commitment to qualify competitive examinations has to be total."
 He studied in a government school in his native village and preferred to self-study than going to a tuition centre. "What matters is how you plan your studies," he said. "Qualitative study is more important."
 Suhail is still aiming higher. "MBBS is just any other bachelor's degree and I've plans for cracking the IAS test," he said.
 Beside parents Suhail gives credit of his success to his teachers, elder brother and friends. He says it is important that students should commit themselves from an early age.

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