Basically since I finished exams I have been freaking out about results, I just know I failed. This is because in my AS I got BDDD and retook and got BCDD. Although I retook what AS subjects I could I am absolutely certain I am going to have to do foundation. I have accepted that if things go so bad I would. I just feel like such a failure because I know how hard I worked.
If anyone could explain clearing to me and how you become eligible that would be great.
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Am I the only one freaking out over Results. What do I do? watch
- Thread Starter
- 18-07-2013 03:46
- 18-07-2013 15:26
Try and occupy yourself and enjoy your summer. You think you've done bad, but there's so many case scenario's where students think they've done bad, however it turns out to be the complete opposite.
- 18-07-2013 15:38
Whenever I think I've done badly in exams I actually come out as having done okay weirdly haha. But just try and find something to take your mind off of it, what's done is done and you can't change it now you could always do an extra year at your college/sixth form?
- 18-07-2013 15:49
You can't do anything about your actual results. What you should do is make plans on what you are going to do if you get worse or better than expected.
- 18-07-2013 15:51
No you're not the only one If I don't get my A in maths, I haven't got into uni and I'll never see the boy I love ever again
- 18-07-2013 21:31
Its natural to get worried at this stage - most people do.
The best thing to do is to find something BIG to do that takes your mind off it - get fit and train for a 5k charity race, read all an authors novels, paint your bedroom green etc.
In the meantime, you might like to read the advice & info here
Results Day - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...el_Results_Day
Clearing - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/Guide_to_Clearing
Read all of it, including all the bits you dont think might apply to you, like Adjustment (because that might happen too).