Student Hits Back At Teacher Who Told She Could ‘Never Make It’ After Board Exam Results

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The majority of your formative years are spent in school. As a result, the characteristics, tastes, dislikes, and ideas we pick up in school typically stay with us for a very long period.

For example, when I was in school, my professors and classmates often told me that I am so disillusioned and not good at anything, which led me to believe that I am unsuited for anything and that individuals like me are a burden to the rest of the world. Additionally, it is not just my story but also the story of the vast majority of people. Because of our personal experiences, we always have some teachers and people.

The impacts will stay for the rest of your life, much like how you are treated by teachers and peers in school. Particularly teachers have the ability to either increase or decrease your self-confidence.

Sadly, some educators think that by mistreating their students, they are motivating them to work more. Mistreatment and disrespectful conduct shouldn’t be used as motivation. Inspiration and generosity are sources of motivation.

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It’s likely that many of you who are reading this have had terrible school-related experiences. But many of us decided not to speak up since it simply upsets our mental peace. Unfortunately, some students decide to bully and harass their teachers as a way of expressing their frustration.

A Twitter user posted a screenshot purportedly showing her being humiliated by her teacher.

A woman shared a screenshot of an exchange she had on Twitter with her instructor, who allegedly told her she “wouldn’t make it.” She gushed to the teacher about how well she did in her Class 12 board exams and begged her to be considerate of other students who needed guidance.

The screenshot’s caption, written by Twitter user @hasmathaysha3, reads,

Two years ago, me and my friend decided to text our teacher the day our results come out 

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Have a look at the tweet

Later, the Twitter user posted a screenshot of the text reply her teacher had sent to her. In response, her instructor penned:

“I still want to take the credit of your passing.”

As a result, numerous additional individuals spoke candidly about their own sad school experiences.

Her tweet has received a lot of attention on Twitter as well as other social media platforms. Many people accused her for being arrogant because she openly insulted her teacher in the tweet, even if her message invited others to share their own school-related anecdotes.

However, her tweet encouraged many people to share their stories, which is why it deserves to go viral.