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  • JJLemon18JJLemon18 Community Champion Posts: 1,608 Extreme Poster
    I'm sure you won't fail. Try not to think about it too much as you can't change it right now anyway :)
    Believe in me - who believes in you!
  • JJLemon18JJLemon18 Community Champion Posts: 1,608 Extreme Poster
    @Morgyn007 that doesn't mean the exams went shit too. I got 1s and 2s in certain mocks but passed everything in the end, no idea how. Believe a little in yourself!
    Believe in me - who believes in you!
  • asia4aasia4a Posts: 12 Settling in
    I remember being so nervous to collect my exam results! You should be proud of yourself for trying your best and have confidence that this will be reflected in your results! If you need anymore advice on calming nerves, I'll try provide some to help you :)
    Past UserAmy22ebyrne556
  • AzzimanAzziman Moderator, Community Champion Posts: 1,707 Extreme Poster
    Hey @Morgyn007, I hear you. It sounds like you found them difficult, and that you're scared about what the results might be. I think that you're not alone in how you feel - lots of students will feel that way, because they know that these grades are important for the next step of education. That can bring on pressure, because we're focused on the scores which are uncertain until we actually get them, and it's that uncertainty that's scary.

    That being said, it's useful to have some perspective - like you say, you've tried hard for them, and there isn't anything you can do now to change those marks. All you can do now is wait for those results to come on the day - you've done everything you can, and that's nothing to be ashamed of. If they go well, then that's great - happy days! You worked hard for them and were rewarded for it. If they don't go how you wanted, then remember that you did as best as you could, and that's all we can ever do.

    Either way, speak to your teachers about what your options are. They're really well-versed on what to do in either scenario, so use their knowledge to understand your next steps.

    I wish you the best of luck for your results when they come! In the mean time, I'd suggest occupying yourself with other things. You'll have more time to spend with family or friends; perhaps you can catch up with a TV show you had on hold during revision; or how about making the most of the nice weather and visiting somewhere new? :)
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  • Amy22Amy22 Posts: 3,258 Boards Guru
    You may have thought you didn't do very well but the main thing is that you tried your best. We are human after all and no human is perfect. Even I have failed some exams of mine too. Everything is a learning curve, and you will get there eventually. Exams and gcse's can be the most stressful and challenging thing ever to do and as long as you tried your best that is all that matters. I'm sure though that you have done very well I have got every confidence in you. Also, if you do find that you haven't got the grades you wanted I'm sure that your teachers would be able to help you or advise on what to do next. Also, Im always here too if you need any support and advice too. I am sending you lots of good luck for results day, wishing you the best,

    Sending hugs,

    Amy22 <3
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