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The theory of inverse scores

So here I am writing on my blog after good amount of time. Couldn’t invest enough amount of time on writing due to heavy schedule of web designing, college and music. First of all, I would like to let you know that the results are announced and;

I got 77% in B.com III semester exams.

I have put that thing in bold, because it has significant role in the Theory of Inverse Score.

So what exactly is Theory of Inverse Score?

According to theory of inverse score, your exam result (score) is inversely proportional to your attendance in your college classes, under following conditions:

  • You are following a non-technical course
  • The course in concern has explanatory syllabus, not logical syllabus ex. Economics.
  • The person in concern has a habit of reading newspapers or books which are not related to syllabus, or had read such books regularly before.
  • The answer paper evaluators like innovations and explanations.

This theory even has a statistical survey, to back the claim. Result of survey is below. Note that both students satisfy the above conditions. Student two is me.

Student One

Semester Attendance Result
First ~60 77%
Second ~80 69%
Third ~70 73%

Student Two

Semester Attendance Result
First ~70 69%
Second ~59 73%
Third ~45 77%

Results are infront of you. Exam results vary inversely with attendance at college.

Here is the explanation to this theory:

Normally lecturers think that students need notes, which is not the case. I believe notes limit student’s thinking. Those who go to college are forced to read notes, and that limits their thinking and understanding capabilities.

Another reason is that when we go to college, we are exposed to lots and lots of unnecessary stuff like chatting etc. which doesn’t expand our knowledge. But if we do not go to college, we will have more time to experience new things in life and that helps us to understand the subject better.

This is Prabhakar’s theory of inverse scores. Comment’s are always welcome, if they are not by Spam Bots :)

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