A minor setback for a major comeback motivates us to perform better and trust ourselves more along the process of becoming the person we dream or opt to become. Life inevitably gives us painful moments to endure in order for us to become a better and stronger person, especially if these pains concern our future – it’s inevitable to feel heartbroken and distraught over results that we didn’t expect. Similarly, when plans don’t go our way, we feel like we lose hope or our direction towards these dreams.
University life wasn’t easy to tackle for upcoming graduate Mark Kristian Blando. Initally failing the De La Salle University College Entrance Test (DCAT), he did not lose hope and considered taking the reconsideration exam. In a few weeks, he will be graduating from the university. Not only just that, he will be graduating with honors!
Almost 4 years ago I failed DCAT sobrang alat mehn pero dahil gusto ko talaga I took the reconsideration test and luckily I passed! Then now I am graduating… with honors!#KeepTheFaith
— Mark Kristian (@markkristiannn) January 5, 2018
WHEN IN MANILA reached out to Blando for further details.
How exactly does the reconsideration exam work in DLSU?
“The admissions office will release a form, I don’t know if available na siya; if not, it’s best to contact them. Just fill up the form, and may dalawang choices ka dun na course; tapos submit mo lang ulit. Yung coverage same lang din sa DCAT.