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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Prove yourself wrong

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    lol this is what I meant and seems people have an interpretation deficiency given their reps for my respondent
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    100% how I'm feeling for my psychology exam on Tuesday. Going to score 10 max on research methods
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    (Original post by ivy.98)
    lol me

    i just read a few pages but mostly think about how I'm gonna revise next year for the retakes :lol:
    That's basically me too.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    I give up :cry2:
    I did back in Semptember..
    Lmao I have a really bright future ahead of me..

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    That's basically me too.
    I'm glad I'm not alone, feel better about failing in life lol
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    (Original post by loveleest)
    100% how I'm feeling for my psychology exam on Tuesday. Going to score 10 max on research methods
    In the words of Muhammad Ali
    "Don't count the number of days.Make the days count ".
    You can do this !
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    lol this is what I meant and seems people have an interpretation deficiency given their reps for my respondent
    Awwww
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    (Original post by ivy.98)
    I did back in Semptember..
    Lmao I have a really bright future ahead of me..



    I'm glad I'm not alone, feel better about failing in life lol
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    Don't give up! Work as hard as you can - if you put the effort in and know that you tried your best you have no reason to feel embarrassed about the result
    Well said my man. Someone once said to me:

    "It's better to try an fail, then not to try at all"

    Personally that's stuck with me. And you never know - things might fall your way in the exam, and depending on the rules for the exam board if you are close to the minimum boundary for passing then they may look at your coursework and extenuating circumstances and give you a compensated pass.

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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
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    Sure, done!
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    I give up :cry2:




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