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Bad exam result brings precious life experience

Today is an important day for all Form Six students in Hong Kong, but for Benny Wong, the day of receiving his HKCEE results 20 years ago did not give him any good memories.

Benny Wong, a famous local designer, (1) (recall) his unhappy experience in the public exam. "I (2) (be) very nervous before the exam and I forgot everything when I (3) (enter) the exam centre. After finishing the paper, I knew that my result would (4) (be) bad," he said. Although Wong knew that he (5) (try) his best, he was worried about his prospects. "Even though my parents (6) (not give) me any pressure, I (7) (be) stressed and sometimes I couldn't sleep. As I (8) (be) the only child in my family, I need to earn a living for them," he said. His class teacher, Mr Chan, gave him great support. "He told me to think carefully about what I was really interested in. Then I suddenly (9) (find) my way," he recalled. Wong's exam result was bad. Though he could not continue his studies in his old school, he was not disappointed because he (10) (find) his new goal - to become a designer. Since his family could not support his studies in design, he (11) (work) in a small fashion company for a year so that he could earn enough for his studies overseas.

Today, Wong (12) (be) a well-known designer. Remember: no matter whether you (13) (pass) or fail in you exams, just work hard and be positive, then you dream (14) (come) true.

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    Bad exam result brings precious life experience

    Today is an important day for all Form Six students in Hong Kong, but for Benny Wong, the day of receiving his HKCEE results 20 years ago did not give him any good memories.

    Benny Wong, a famous local designer, (1) recalled (recall) his unhappy experience in the public exam. "I (2) was (be) very nervous before the exam and I forgot everything when I (3) entered (enter) the exam centre. After finishing the paper, I knew that my result would (4) be (be) bad," he said. Although Wong knew that he (5) had tried (try) his best, he was worried about his prospects. "Even though my parents (6) did not give (not give) me any pressure, I (7) was (be) stressed and sometimes I couldn't sleep. As I (8) am (be) the only child in my family, I need to earn a living for them," he said. His class teacher, Mr Chan, gave him great support. "He told me to think carefully about what I was really interested in. Then I suddenly (9) found (find) my way," he recalled. Wong's exam result was bad. Though he could not continue his studies in his old school, he was not disappointed because he (10) had found (find) his new goal - to become a designer. Since his family could not support his studies in design, he (11) had worked (work) in a small fashion company for a year so that he could earn enough for his studies overseas.

    Today, Wong (12) is (be) a well-known designer. Remember: no matter whether you (13) pass (pass) or fail in you exams, just work hard and be positive, then your dream (14) will come (come) true.

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