I am Reena Kesria currently working as District youth coordinator/Assistant Director in Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan. I did M.Sc. Chemistry from GJU Hisar. It’s more like a story of the girl with no aims, average scorer, and a failed MBBS aspirant. When I completed my M.Sc., I was not aware of any competitive exams. Then one day my father told me about various exams like SSC, banking, govt. jobs. Without any other idea, I resorted to this. I had no one to guide me, so I start researching about various exams and methodology to prepare. Then I decided to prepare for banking exams (not much affection). Joined offline coaching but found it wastage of my money. Until then, I appeared in exams like govt. clerk etc. but failed miserably.
Then, I got to know about Bankersadda and their various features like quizzes, current affairs, job articles, vocabulary, etc. my derailed preparation started coming on track. In between, I decided not to appear in any exam before one year of complete preparation. For financial assistance, I used to give tuitions to students of classes 6th to 12th. This one year comes up with many ups and downs from family problems to academic ones, depressing moments about the future. Somehow, I managed to survive this dreadful time with sincerity, hard work, and perseverance. My schedule was 10 to 5 sleep then household chores, 9 to 6 library then 3 hours tuition.
As one year passed, I applied for every exam I could from RRB PO to EPFO SSA. This was the time when my sincerity started bearing fruits. In my first attempt, I cleared SBI PO, SBI clerk, FCI grade 3 (general), CWC superintendent (general), RRB PO (Top scorer), and DYC/AD (NYKS) and cleared IDBI PO mains and pre of IBPS PO, EPFO ASO, EPFO SSA but did not appear in further stages because got selected in earlier exams.
Those who counted my failure on tips found their fingers short when the turn came to count no. of exams I cleared. I owe my success to my family and obviously Bankersadda who became my best friend during preparation.
At last, I want to advise all the aspirants that cherish your hard time during preparation because it is the very time you will always remember after success.