Giving their best shot!

breezy Commerce students of Surana College.

Students were also seen discussing the papers anxiously after the exams.  Nandini, a student of Commerce at Hill Side PU College, felt that the Business Studies paper was quite easy. “The paper was a bit lengthy but easy as I expected it to be. I’m sure of scoring above 80 marks,” she said confidently. Her friends Mahi Aziz and Rajani Bai nodded in agreement. “Although we were quite nervous, we felt a bit easy and relaxed after we went through the paper,”  they said. “I never thought the paper would be a cakewalk, I started preparing for the exams only last week,” said Akshay Raheja, a student of Commerce.
However Kavya from Silicon City PU College said the paper was neither too good, nor too bad, “I personally found Business Studies a bit tough, but I hope to get a first class,” she said.

The  students, who had their Chemistry exams, were also quite optimistic about their performance, although they found it a bit lengthy. Shilpa and Sahana, students of Science from Deeksha Centre for Learning, said, “The paper was quite lengthy but easy nonetheless. I had been preparing for it endlessly for a month and we are happy that we gave our best shot,” they said. However, a few students found the Chemistry paper a little difficult and tricky. Gunasheela, a student of NMKRV PU College for Women, said, “I never expected it to be so tough, the last part of the paper was quite tricky. I had solved quite a lot of model question papers earlier but this paper had questions that were confusing.”

Shruthi, a student of Surana PU College, also felt that the paper was difficult to a certain extent, “I think I lost a few marks in the equation and derivation sections. The paper on the whole was a bit hard to crack but I’m expecting a good score,” she said. Veena and Trupthi, Science students from Deeksha Centre for Learning, were all smiles as they had done well. “I’m sure of getting 90 plus in Chemistry. Although it was lengthy, it was worth all the effort,” they quipped.

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