There is nothing to worry about. You have exam tommorow so you should study and prepare well so that you give your best in the exam. That is your original potential. You are nervous so you are forgetting but its fine. Do things repeatedly you won't forget. You have less time now so just try to cover important topics or those parts you feel easy to study and remember. It is okay if you score less but try to do atleast you score high than the passing marks.
It's fine for now. Next time just try to study daily and don't try remember, try to understand that this process is done in this way. Just like same how we do daily and how we learn. we also didn't knew how to walk when we were born but we fell down many time to learn walking properly. Those who fear to fall they don't learn how to walk easily and they need support.
No need of support if you have confidence in yourself. There are many big things left to do so don't think negative and learn everything as how we learn to walk.
It's okay to fall down. You are in the same stage of falling down and soon you will learn how to do things perfectly. Don't worry and just do your studies. Everything will be okay.
About the regret part, don't think about those. Just think that study is your life and studying is your duty. Books are your friends and your companinon. Leave the whole world and think about yourself. It's okay to be selfish sometime when other person forgets to care. and It's completely fine.
Hope it helps!
Admission Procedure into Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur:
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119marks was cut off in 2017 for general category for LsAt in RajivGandhi School of Intellectual property law.
Cutoff however vary for all years based on exam difficulty and category and student performance.
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