I had HORRIBLE nightmares about my GCSE results last year. Then a few mates said "Going to get your results?" so that calmed me down a bit (i.e. I wouldn't be alone!)
Turned out I got at least a C or above (No A grades but I wasn't expecting any) in most subjects, bar GNVQ Manufacturing (Awful subject, I think the teacher made us restart the same coursework units about 4 times each! - Obviously this caused my GG fail (Well, low pass
) as in the exam I got something stupid like 82/100!
I got a D in Geography on the day but the school decided it was worth a remark and I did get a C after the remark (To say I did no revision AT ALL and handed in a 50% complete piece of coursework that isn't bad going...)
Anyway, now the AS Level results are creeping up I'm beginning to think back to those exams, and isn't it strange how you can instantly think of all the questions you know were answered incorrectly! Hopefully I will get some decent marks, Business Studies has a bit of an advantage as I have 90/90 points from the January module. English I'm totally unsure about and I.C.T I've dropped! (Computing AS next year for me
This week isn't putting stress on me. The week after is doomsday for me, GCSE Maths results day
... I got a D last year, I don't even want to think about the consequences of failing to get a C grade again ... Maths was 3hr 45min a week last year and I want that time to be free next year