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I think I'm going to fail all my A-levels and I don't know what to do

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    Since starting Year 12 I slipped out of my routine of doing my classwork, and from then I've gone into the process of retaking and retaking. A good working routine made the rest of my life more organised (sounds sad I know). Without it, everythings a mess.

    I've gotten into the rut of retaking exams and I've been lazy and I haven't learnt my lesson the first time round....it just keeps going on in a cycle. I have no idea what to do if I completely fail my A-levels. I really want to be a teacher.

    I have 7 exams in January and not enough revision has gone into them, therefore I can do the best I can but I think I'm going to fail anyway - I need advice on what to do if I fail my A-levels.
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    All you can do, is retake retake retake.
    as many times as it takes.
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    (Original post by Luke0011)
    All you can do, is retake retake retake.
    as many times as it takes.
    I'm in Year 13! I hate myself so much
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    But if you don't retake until you get the grades, you'll never be a teacher.
    You need to man up a bit and get some revision in for next year.
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    I went through a similar problem and i'm still stupid enough to have done it at university. Iv got myself sorted out now and feel alot better. Im sure you won't fail, just keep revising as much can and like you said do the best that you can. If you have to retake again then you have to but make it the last time remember your paying for this so why pay to fail. You can a be a teacher if work a litte harder and stick to a routine again.
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    Re-take doing different subjects?
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    Can I please join this? I feel like everything's going wrong.
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    (Original post by tinaterina)
    Can I please join this? I feel like everything's going wrong.
    PM me, I'll do my best to help
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    pray to your "God" that you'll pass
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    (Original post by Superstar6318)
    Since starting Year 12 I slipped out of my routine of doing my classwork, and from then I've gone into the process of retaking and retaking. A good working routine made the rest of my life more organised (sounds sad I know). Without it, everythings a mess.

    I've gotten into the rut of retaking exams and I've been lazy and I haven't learnt my lesson the first time round....it just keeps going on in a cycle. I have no idea what to do if I completely fail my A-levels. I really want to be a teacher.

    I have 7 exams in January and not enough revision has gone into them, therefore I can do the best I can but I think I'm going to fail anyway - I need advice on what to do if I fail my A-levels.
    you have a library close to you, then use it!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Get yourself out of your house and get to the library!!!
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    (Original post by Dukeofwembley)
    you have a library close to you, then use it!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Get yourself out of your house and get to the library!!!
    This was last year, btw.
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    Do you want to teacher in primary or secondary?

    You may not need A levels to become a teacher..

    PM me for more information
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    (Original post by Superstar6318)
    This was last year, btw.
    How are you doing now?

    Im in a similiar situation but in year 12 lol
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    (Original post by Salmanftw)
    How are you doing now?

    Im in a similiar situation but in year 12 lol
    Got into uni,which is good, despite having troubles and coming out with BBC(with minimal work really) which could have been worse, i suppose.

    still gutted, cos I know I'm a capable student who could have got AAA/ lol. Now I sound like a typical TSR swot

    what a levels do you do?
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    (Original post by fosterwho)
    pray to your "God" that you'll pass
    I'm not much of a believer.
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    (Original post by Superstar6318)
    Got into uni,which is good, despite having troubles and coming out with BBC(with minimal work really) which could have been worse, i suppose.

    still gutted, cos I know I'm a capable student who could have got AAA/ lol. Now I sound like a typical TSR swot

    what a levels do you do?
    typical 3, y'know
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    i feel exactly the same. totally going to fail, no uni is going to want me :/
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    (Original post by Superstar6318)
    Since starting Year 12 I slipped out of my routine of doing my classwork, and from then I've gone into the process of retaking and retaking. A good working routine made the rest of my life more organised (sounds sad I know). Without it, everythings a mess.

    I've gotten into the rut of retaking exams and I've been lazy and I haven't learnt my lesson the first time round....it just keeps going on in a cycle. I have no idea what to do if I completely fail my A-levels. I really want to be a teacher.

    I have 7 exams in January and not enough revision has gone into them, therefore I can do the best I can but I think I'm going to fail anyway - I need advice on what to do if I fail my A-levels.
    mate just man up, work hard now and play later. Don't procrastinate just get off the computer and start revising and start to work you ass off. Your never gonna be a teacher if u just sit and bitch about how bad you are and how i haven't learn't anything. I bet u if u got off the computer and your phone you will be successful and become a teacher. Nobody is gonna do the exam for u, u are.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hd-8gIZ4N0
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    (Original post by Salmanftw)
    typical 3, y'know
    ah bloody.

    im sure if thats the case, you'll typically achieve top marks?
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    (Original post by Superstar6318)
    ah bloody.

    im sure if thats the case, you'll typically achieve top marks?
    nah im slacking.

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