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    (Original post by luciie)
    What makes you think I'm lazy? :rolleyes:
    You seem to be an underachiever
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    (Original post by Prussia1)
    You seem to be an underachiever
    You can tell that I'm lazy and an underachiever just by a few posts on a forum? Must be a psychic.
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    (Original post by Prussia1)
    Oh boohoo go and run to mummy and call the police
    I have no idea what your problem nor why you feel the need to attack people, but I'm just going to leave the conversation here because it looks like we're getting nowhere. Good luck with the rest of your exams.
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    (Original post by Prussia1)
    Hahahahahaha!!! No
    Clearly you are ignorant to the matter entirely; I spent all year swatting for these exams, hence why my predictions were so high. If you've no useful advice, don't comment. Unfortunately, trolls like you thrive off belittling other people to feed your very low level of self confidence.

    I put just as much work in as anyone else, but as stated, I struggle with anxiety as many others do too; your ignorance and lack of consideration is shocking.

    Please, go and **** yourself
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    (Original post by Prussia1)
    Oh boohoo go and run to mummy and call the police
    You are exactly the type of person no one likes, dont go and resort to insults/mocking others. Focus on yourself leave. If you have nothing good to say then shutup. Hope you do well in your exams

    Have a good day
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    (Original post by luciie)
    I have no idea what your problem nor why you feel the need to attack people, but I'm just going to leave the conversation here because it looks like we're getting nowhere. Good luck with the rest of your exams.
    Just ignore him hes trolling you and has already been banned on other accounts.
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    (Original post by Knockingpoint)
    You are exactly the type of person no one likes, dont go and resort to insults/mocking others. Focus on yourself leave. If you have nothing good to say then shutup. Hope you do well in your exams

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    (Original post by Gail_Platt)
    Clearly you are ignorant to the matter entirely; I spent all year swatting for these exams, hence why my predictions were so high. If you've no useful advice, don't comment. Unfortunately, trolls like you thrive off belittling other people to feed your very low level of self confidence.

    I put just as much work in as anyone else, but as stated, I struggle with anxiety as many others do too; your ignorance and lack of consideration is shocking.

    Please, go and **** yourself

    I'd love to but unfortunately it's not biologically possible for me to have sex with myself otherwise I'd have fifteen children by now
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    (Original post by Gail_Platt)
    Yesterday I had my philosophy exam. It's safe to say, I definitely won't be getting the A/A* I wanted because during the first paper I had one of my 'freakouts', I'm in the small hall for anxiety reasons already and most of my other exams have gone reasonably okay, considering. I have no idea what came over me and it astounds me of all exams I was set off by philosophy.

    It's not the first exam I won't get the grade I want though; my English Literature exam went balls up and I had a panic at the start, thats been filed though as it was triggered through no fault of my own. I was meant to get an A in that subject too...

    I guess what i'm asking for is advice on dealing with the failure. I feel like i've let people down, predominantly myself. I know I can't change what's happened but I felt like I needed to sorta vent and ask for some tips on how to not think about it or how to rationally deal with the inevitability of not getting the results.

    Thanks.
    A couple of GCSE's you have underperformed in is absolutely fine and they will have no bearing on your future whatsoever, I guarantee. If you really want to gain the grade you feel you should/are capable of then re-take them but I honestly wouldn't be too harsh on yourself.

    The key thing here is, you have not failed. Failure is giving up and giving into what's happened. The difference between failure and success is endurance. This is very important to remember. If you give up right now and say f**k it I've failed then yes you will fail, but if you keep going, YOU WILL succeed.

    Don't be disheartened at all, use it as motivation, and as fuel for your other exams. Think "right now I really have to smash my other exams!". Life is all about turning negatives into a positive, dare I say it but perhaps this is a blessing in disguise, maybe you'll decide you hated those subjects, or maybe it will really motivate you to smash A levels, perhaps you'll realise a crucial thing you did wrong or some exam technique that would drastically improve your grades. Whatever happens, I am a strong believer in everything happening for a reason so what happens, happens. Move on and really try to smash the rest of your exams. Good luck!
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    A couple of GCSE's you have underperformed in is absolutely fine and they will have no bearing on your future whatsoever, I guarantee. If you really want to gain the grade you feel you should/are capable of then re-take them but I honestly wouldn't be too harsh on yourself.

    The key thing here is, you have not failed. Failure is giving up and giving into what's happened. The difference between failure and success is endurance. This is very important to remember. If you give up right now and say f**k it I've failed then yes you will fail, but if you keep going, YOU WILL succeed.

    Don't be disheartened at all, use it as motivation, and as fuel for your other exams. Think "right now I really have to smash my other exams!". Life is all about turning negatives into a positive, dare I say it but perhaps this is a blessing in disguise, maybe you'll decide you hated those subjects, or maybe it will really motivate you to smash A levels, perhaps you'll realise a crucial thing you did wrong or some exam technique that would drastically improve your grades. Whatever happens, I am a strong believer in everything happening for a reason so what happens, happens. Move on and really try to smash the rest of your exams. Good luck!
    That's really motivating I especially like 'turning negatives into positives'. Thank you
 
 
 
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