Essay On A Scene In The Examination Hall

It is the Secondary Examination. I am appearing at this examination. It is the first great examination in my life. I am having a new experience.
Essay On A Scene In The Examination Hall
With an anxious mind I waited at the doors of the examination hall. Other candidates were talking and laughing and making a great noise. But I could not join in their mirth, because hopes and fears were moving in my heart. Many students were standing in groups. They were discussing possible questions. Some students were reading their books hastily.

The doors of the hall opened and we entered the hall and searched for our seats. The invigilators helped us. There was a good deal of stir and noise when the boys were busy looking for their seats.

The bell rang and the noise faded away. Papers were given to the examinees. They folded the left sides of the papers and wrote down their roll numbers on the covers of the papers. Then the invigilators distributed the question papers to the examinees. I felt very nervous when I first got the question paper. But I regained my spirit when I found that the questions were not difficult. I looked round and saw that the examinees were reading the questions carefully. Some of them appeared sad. They seemed to be quite unprepared for the examination. They sat gravely at their desks. But smile appeared on the face of those who were quite prepared for the examination. They soon settled down to write the answers of the questions.

Those who have come to the examination with a little preparation are scribbling something. From time to time some of them are complaining to the invigilators against the nature of questions set.

An unpleasant incident happened in the examination hall. A candidate in front of me was detected copying another's answer paper. He was expelled.

The five minutes' warning bell has now rung. I am quite prepared to submit my paper. But some examinees are writing very hastily. It is a pity to see them in such a hurry.