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    Ami the only one who's dying from AS? I'm starting to have breakdowns and I can't even cope anymore. I had mocks this week and I know I got U's for everything. I can't take much more. FML.
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    (Original post by moinul98)
    Ami the only one who's dying from AS? I'm starting to have breakdowns and I can't even cope anymore. I had mocks this week and I know I got U's for everything. I can't take much more. FML.
    Sounds very hard for you.

    When I started my AS levels, I too found them pretty overwhelming and hard to deal with. I ended up doing OK in the end though so just hang in there and try your best. Use the mocks as an opportunity to see where you went wrong and how you can improve for them. If it is getting very overwhelming for you, have you considered speaking to your teachers about it, or perhaps some close friends or family?
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    No one in my family understands, and my teachers aren't as supportive as i thought, the last time i said this is too hard, they told me to leave the course if that's the case, but of course that's not an option for me if i want to stay in AS. Right now i won't even care if i get 3 E's by the end, and in the beginning i was hoping B/A's..
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    Maths, Further Maths, Physics. Even with only 3 subjects I'm struggling, the jump forom gcse's to a level was just too much
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    (Original post by moinul98)
    Maths, Further Maths, Physics. Even with only 3 subjects I'm struggling, the jump forom gcse's to a level was just too much
    Oh cool, do you want help with them? I take all of those at A2 so if you want I can help you understand some of the concepts you're struggling with?

    I wouldn't worry about mocks, you can still do well in the real thing. I think it's hard if you lack confidence but that can be solved!
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    Also, might be worth asking about hiring a tutor if your family can afford it? Can help get people back on track.
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    Thanks for offering help, but i actually do understand a lot of the things in the subjects, i just tend to do really bad in the exams, and i had a tutor, it didn't really help me.
 
 
 
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