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    Hello. I know a lot of you probably think I'm being over dramatic, but I'm seriously not. I honestly believe my life is over.

    The thing is, I sat 13 GCSE exams this summer, and I honestly believe I failed them all, even with adequate revision. Even the ones I didn't fail will only be C's. Not enough to do A levels.

    I HAD aspirations to be an English Literature teacher, as I have a genuine passion for the subject, but failing GCSES will put a damper on that .Also, even If I pass enough to get into sixth form, the subjects I want to do require certain grades. History AS requires a B in English language, but I think I screwed up the exam, and my coursework was only a B, so the highest I can get is a C. I also want to do Geography but think the highest I can get is a C at GCSE, despite an A* in My coursework.

    I know I could do an apprenticeship, but none of them appeal to me, and I WILL NOT do something that does not appeal to me. Therefore, I have ran out of choices.

    My parents also hate me and If I have failed all my GCSES I will never be able to move out! I truly have nothing left to live for!
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    Woah there, calm down
    You'll have done well, don't worry!
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    ...All of that based on the fact you THINK you failed your GCSE's?

    How about you delete this thread, and wait for your results.
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    (Original post by fungirl16)
    Hello. I know a lot of you probably think I'm being over dramatic, but I'm seriously not. I honestly believe my life is over.

    The thing is, I sat 13 GCSE exams this summer, and I honestly believe I failed them all, even with adequate revision. Even the ones I didn't fail will only be C's. Not enough to do A levels.

    I HAD aspirations to be an English Literature teacher, as I have a genuine passion for the subject, but failing GCSES will put a damper on that .Also, even If I pass enough to get into sixth form, the subjects I want to do require certain grades. History AS requires a B in English language, but I think I screwed up the exam, and my coursework was only a B, so the highest I can get is a C. I also want to do Geography but think the highest I can get is a C at GCSE, despite an A* in My coursework.

    I know I could do an apprenticeship, but none of them appeal to me, and I WILL NOT do something that does not appeal to me. Therefore, I have ran out of choices.

    My parents also hate me and If I have failed all my GCSES I will never be able to move out! I truly have nothing left to live for!
    you haven't got your gcse results yet, I don't know why you're getting worried wait till you get your results they might be better than expected.
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    (Original post by fungirl16)
    Hello. I know a lot of you probably think I'm being over dramatic, but I'm seriously not. I honestly believe my life is over.

    The thing is, I sat 13 GCSE exams this summer, and I honestly believe I failed them all, even with adequate revision. Even the ones I didn't fail will only be C's. Not enough to do A levels.

    I HAD aspirations to be an English Literature teacher, as I have a genuine passion for the subject, but failing GCSES will put a damper on that .Also, even If I pass enough to get into sixth form, the subjects I want to do require certain grades. History AS requires a B in English language, but I think I screwed up the exam, and my coursework was only a B, so the highest I can get is a C. I also want to do Geography but think the highest I can get is a C at GCSE, despite an A* in My coursework.

    I know I could do an apprenticeship, but none of them appeal to me, and I WILL NOT do something that does not appeal to me. Therefore, I have ran out of choices.

    My parents also hate me and If I have failed all my GCSES I will never be able to move out! I truly have nothing left to live for!
    Wait until results day, see what you get. If they are Cs and above you can probably still do A levels at a college..
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    YOU CAN DO IT. YOU HAVE NOT FAILED CALM DOWN TAKE SOME DEEP BREATHS AND HAVE A GLASS OF WATER.
    I really dont believe you have failed any exams but my advice is PRAY even if you aren't a christian PRAY FOR LOW GRADE BOUNDARIES this year across all exam boards.
    You can always go to a college if you dont get what you need or want, you may be able to do a college course like access to teaching level 3 or something, just dont give up.
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    (Original post by fungirl16)
    Hello. I know a lot of you probably think I'm being over dramatic, but I'm seriously not. I honestly believe my life is over.

    The thing is, I sat 13 GCSE exams this summer, and I honestly believe I failed them all, even with adequate revision. Even the ones I didn't fail will only be C's. Not enough to do A levels.

    I HAD aspirations to be an English Literature teacher, as I have a genuine passion for the subject, but failing GCSES will put a damper on that .Also, even If I pass enough to get into sixth form, the subjects I want to do require certain grades. History AS requires a B in English language, but I think I screwed up the exam, and my coursework was only a B, so the highest I can get is a C. I also want to do Geography but think the highest I can get is a C at GCSE, despite an A* in My coursework.

    I know I could do an apprenticeship, but none of them appeal to me, and I WILL NOT do something that does not appeal to me. Therefore, I have ran out of choices.

    My parents also hate me and If I have failed all my GCSES I will never be able to move out! I truly have nothing left to live for!
    Brilliant work ethic there. If you have done as badly as you think it'll be an important life lesson. You've got to adapt to what happens, even if that means doing something you don't want to do. Thought of doing A levels at college?
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    (Original post by fungirl16)
    I know I could do an apprenticeship, but none of them appeal to me, and I WILL NOT do something that does not appeal to me. Therefore, I have ran out of choices.
    for good apprenticeship schemes you need A levels..
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    yes, I did think about College but you need B's in the subjects you want to study!
 
 
 
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