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I'm crapping my self for GCSE English (I think i failed)

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    HONESTLY EVERY SINGLE DAY i think about this, it has came to a point where i had to log on to this after a month and a half and discuss it.
    What do i do? I believe i failed because, on question 5 i wrote about more than 1 thing that keeps me on the edge of life. I wrote about 3 things, q 6 was fine.

    Btw i started off with q5 and q6 ( terrible suggestion by my teacher ).

    Questions 1,2,3, 4 - Q1 I did 3 PQE's
    q2 , 3
    q3 , 3 (rushed)
    q4 done it all (rushed).

    omfg i don't know what to do, i'm focusing on other things right now but this is always in the back of my head. How do i get it out? and even if i do fail wtf do i do? I cant afford to waste and 3 - 4 months as i need to be a qualified accountant ASAP and run the business w/ my dad.


    Well, I advise you to continue crapping yourself until results day. It's too late now isn't it? Whinging and whining will not help.
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