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    Is anyone else CONSTANTLY thinking about results? What is done is done, yet I am doing absolutely s*** all with my time and seem to be thinking about it way too much (all I can think about is what went wrong).
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    Yup! It's a mind virus.
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    Yep I'm completely freaking out and thinking about any possible mistake I could have made. Only 39 days or something until results day now though so hopefully we'll get the grades we're hoping for!
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    Oh yes! Every single day, even if I'm busy. I keep thinking about where I think I went wrong in my exams and what I'll do of I don't get into my firm. I keep trying to guess what grades I'll get even though I know how unpredictable a levels are, it's even in my dreams!! :eek:

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