It is that time of the year where every whatsapp group is buzzing with conversations about admissions and interviews. I won’t lie, that every reject letter my friends received, I felt I was going to get the same letter. The anxiety of the unknown is extremely tough to handle. But as parents, we forget that the same anxiety does get transferred to the child as well.
But you are not alone in this process becaue it is:
- It is normal to get upset with rejection.
- It is normal that you feel like you didn’t do enough.
- There is a high chance of getting influenced by Whatsapp groups
- It is ok that you are counting days and thinking of the worst-case scenario over the larger picture.
After being there done that and speaking to so many experts right from Mrs. Mona Seervai erstwhile BIS principle, Kimberly and Namita Mehta from The Red Pen,Vibha from Reach Ivy, Fatema Agarkar of Ace, Pullela Gopichand, Andre Agassi , Kunal and Pinky Dalal of JBCN I felt more empowered to make more informed choices on :
âœ”ï¸_x008f_The right boards
âœ”ï¸_x008f_The differences between them
âœ”ï¸_x008f_The long term impacts of school
âœ”ï¸_x008f_Skillsets of the 21st century
If you are looking for these conversations just swipe up to stories where we have linked these conversation or head to our Highlights called Education. If you are still on the fence and can’t seem to get a solution to your answers feel free to write to us at email@example.com If you are a parent who has been there done that let us know how you handled this? Remember your experience can help so many parents deal with it better.