It was time for merryment at Nair household as the result for Class XII examinations in the Indian schools were declared. Vineet J Nair was judged the topper in Science stream in UAE by securing 98.2% in AISSCE 2014. His twin brother Vishak attained an impressive 95.2%.
Conducted by CBSE, this is the last school examination before aspirants hit the road to college. “I was looking forward to good results, but I never envisaged I would be the topper in UAE,” said Vineet. “I have always been very consistent and diligent in my school work. I wanted to do well for my parents, my family as well as for my school.”
The DPS student claimed, he clocked 3 hours solely for his books each day. “I did a modest bit of study for every subject. That way I did not feel fed up & it kept me going.” The hours, he said, augmented nearer to his final examinations. “From December on, I’d expend 10 to 12 hours on my books.”
Vineet J Nair admitted that there were days when he did not want to study & those days he’d simply hop the books. “There was no point sitting with your books open if you do not want to. You need to focus, or else it is a sheer waste of time.”
He celebrated his triumph with his family members & went out with his friends to watch the movie. His brother’s achievement has also brought much happiness to the family. “It is time for festivity at home,” Vineet added. “Vishak also scored 100 per cent marks in Mathematics.”
Vineet & Vishak want to go for engineering, just like their father & older brother. Vineet has got admission in the University of California, Berkeley, and Vishak has got admission in the University of Pennsylvania.
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