Towards the end of another summer break, students display both excitement and concern regarding a new curriculum, new teachers and all things that entail the new academic year. The smell of fresh books, the joy of buying new stationery, and meeting classmates, encompass the factors of excitement. Simultaneously, the ascending difficulty in the curriculum, the capability to cope up with the competition, and managing day-to-day schedules are what builds up the concern factor. To strike a balance between these positive and negative factors, students must possess adequate capabilities and to possess these capabilities, students need to evolve with the problems they come across.
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