"Competition", the most misunderstood word.When we hear the word competition, the first thing that comes to mind is that the thing we will be doing is going to be tough, as a lot of people will be aiming for the same thing. Be it a student or an employee in workplace, when we hear competition we are in a fix that now a lot of hard work will have to be done.
Even exams are called competitive for the reason that a lot of people will take the same, so it will be tough.
What I understand about competition is that it is the identification of our shortcomings in comparison to the other. If I compete with someone but still the person is better than me in his work or behaviour or any other work, then it means that it is my shortcoming in comparison to the other person and I need to work upon it become equally capable as the other person.
If it is about exams then, it means that the exams expect us to be of a particular standard and not below that, so if we need to clear a exam then we do not need to compete with other person but infact raise our bar as per the requirement of exam.
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