I managed to get 3 A*'s(2 Dist*), 6 A's and 1 B which I am over the moon with, but my friend who I revised with for much of the study period was predicted mostly A*'s and A's (All a lot higher than me and he was in higher sets), but ended up with all C's and one B. He's planning to go to the same sixth form as I am, but his grades limit him to only doing Maths. Hopefully he can prove he's hard working enough (which he is) in order to take the A levels he wants (Chemistry and Physics, C's in both).
My other close friend also underachieved. Not as much as the first, and he's happy with what he got and can take all the A Levels he wants, but since both had such high expectations and were known to be a lot more intelligent than me, having higher grades than them makes me feel guilty?
I know their performance isn't my fault, but it sucks knowing your fellow schoolmates did not do as well as hoped, especially if it makes their place uncertain at your sixth form
Happy with my results, but sad about friend's
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