Merchant of Venice

What experience of his school days does Bassanio narrate to justify his plan for repaying the loan

The merchant of Venice act1 scene1

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Bassanio says that as a child he would shoot another arrow in the same direction as the first so he could find both arrows. He uses it as a metaphor to convince Antonio to take a chance on him (shoot another arrow) and Bassanio will be able to pay all his debts back.