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    I feel like a failure maths and chemistry is not going well I need an A for both to do them at a level I want to be a doctor I don't know how this will happen to be honest.I don't think I am that smart.I practice and repeat chemistry content at home yet I do not do well on the tests .I ask my step father who received an A* in further maths a level to help but he is busy or something I practice what I can in maths but some questions I cannot answer.I feel extremely melancholic my parents I feel do not want to spend time with me they are my only friends I don't think they see it that way though and I need them to be there for me and understand how worried I feel.I don't want to let them down everyone in our family went to university and my grandma is a doctor I am scared I don't want to tell them if things do unwell as it is embarrassing and shameful.
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    I feel like a failure maths and chemistry is not going well I need an A for both to do them at a level I want to be a doctor I don't know how this will happen to be honest.I don't think I am that smart.I practice and repeat chemistry content at home yet I do not do well on the tests .I ask my step father who received an A* in further maths a level to help but he is busy or something I practice what I can in maths but some questions I cannot answer.I feel extremely melancholic my parents I feel do not want to spend time with me they are my only friends I don't think they see it that way though and I need them to be there for me and understand how worried I feel.I don't want to let them down everyone in our family went to university and my grandma is a doctor I am scared I don't want to tell them if things do unwell as it is embarrassing and shameful.
    You'll probably roll your eyes at this but, you need to stop being so dependent on people, even if it is family. Life's is hard and there will be points you'll feel completely on your own (like this one) I know it's easier said than done trust me. Why don't you talk to someone who'll actually listen? School councillor ? Your grandma even? You could talk to me, inbox if you like! I'm kinda in the same situation and want to be a doctor too!!!
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    I feel like a failure maths and chemistry is not going well I need an A for both to do them at a level I want to be a doctor I don't know how this will happen to be honest.I don't think I am that smart.I practice and repeat chemistry content at home yet I do not do well on the tests .I ask my step father who received an A* in further maths a level to help but he is busy or something I practice what I can in maths but some questions I cannot answer.I feel extremely melancholic my parents I feel do not want to spend time with me they are my only friends I don't think they see it that way though and I need them to be there for me and understand how worried I feel.I don't want to let them down everyone in our family went to university and my grandma is a doctor I am scared I don't want to tell them if things do unwell as it is embarrassing and shameful.
    If you are struggling then I suggest stay behind after school and get help from your teachers, also ask ask many questions in class as possible, and use the internet it is a wealth of resource my friend
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I feel like a failure maths and chemistry is not going well I need an A for both to do them at a level I want to be a doctor I don't know how this will happen to be honest.I don't think I am that smart.I practice and repeat chemistry content at home yet I do not do well on the tests .I ask my step father who received an A* in further maths a level to help but he is busy or something I practice what I can in maths but some questions I cannot answer.I feel extremely melancholic my parents I feel do not want to spend time with me they are my only friends I don't think they see it that way though and I need them to be there for me and understand how worried I feel.I don't want to let them down everyone in our family went to university and my grandma is a doctor I am scared I don't want to tell them if things do unwell as it is embarrassing and shameful.
    How do you expect to get into Westminster?
    Get some revision books and practice exam papers ever one you can find. Talk to your gran or your mum. maybe they can get a tutor for you?

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