Thursday, July 23, 2009


According to, score means:

the performance of an individual or sometimes of a group on an examination or test, expressed by a number, letter, or other symbol.

According to dhinang, score means:

Score is nothing if it doesn’t figure who you really are.

Maybe some of you just don’t get what I mean. What I mean is, score is something that figures you out. If you are good at Math, you definitely will get high score in your Math test. If you’re bad at English, you will absolutely get low score in English. Right?

But sometimes, score lies! Like, actually you’re bad at Science. But you get high score because you cheat your chair mate. Then, your score is lying isn’t it? And another example, you are actually good at Social Science. But unfortunately, your teacher’s eyes are minus or something so he or she gives you bad score because of mistake in correction.

So the conclusion is, scores on you report are nothing! Why? Because they are just numbers, alphabets, so why should you get scared of it?

Remember, you go to school to get knowledge, not to get score. So if you pay full attention to get knowledge seriously, automatically you’ll get good scores. Trust me.