LETTER-WRITING is an important channel of communication between people who are geographically distant from one another. In earlier times when the telephone and e-mail were not available, the only means of communication between people was through letters.
So, here I am going to show how you can write a letter. In this article, we will provide you with detailed information regarding the formal letter format describing your experience in the exam hall. Read on to know everything about formal letter format. Below I have given the full format of a letter, by following which you can write the letter and can apply for.
2 Raja S. C. Mullick Road,
1st August 1987.
Our examination is over today. I feel quite happy with what I did. I am writing to you to describe my experience in the examination hall. The worst thing about an examination is that it gives us a bad fright. I, too, was all nervous. When the question papers were handed out, I felt my pulse racing and my heart missing a beat or two. With my eyes glued on the questions, I felt for a few moments my mind going blank. “Steady!” I said to myself. In a few moments, I was scribbling furiously and all that I had read came back to me with a rush. A few desks off, a girl looked very red in the face and almost shivered. She would stand up every 5 minutes and ask for a glass of water. I finished a good half an hour before time and was about to hand in my paper on the first day of the examination. The invigilator. however, smiled sweetly at me and asked me to look over my answers once again. It was good to do that because I found I had dropped some words and made quite a few slips in spelling. I felt much braver by the time, I sat for the next papers. In another four days, I shall be with you all at home and tell you how funny examinations really are and there is very little in them to frighten you.
Your loving sister,