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    I have 2 exams tomorrow and I am not really stressed - I am more tired than anything and I feel like I know nothing for my subjects - I don't really know what this means but I don't think it's good XD
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    I felt like this before all of my exams. Try not to worry about what it means. If you're tired, sleep. Your body is trying to tell you you need to recharge! Go over your notes in the morning and before the exam. Hopefully you do okay though, good luck
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    If you've revised and feel prepared, that's normal.
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    (Original post by GeorginaMahoney)
    I have 2 exams tomorrow and I am not really stressed - I am more tired than anything and I feel likeI I know nothing for my subjects - I don't really know what this means but I don't think it's good XD
    You will be worried on results day if you haven't revised.
    If you have then it's normal
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    For GCSEs I was very distracted and thinking more about my personal life. I just didn't care much, I don't really regret anything either. I never got below a C in a subject so I did alright.

    Right now I'm focused on my AS levels and I've put some effort into revising, I'm pretty confident but I'm more worried than I was when my GCSEs came around.
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    (Original post by NatalieBlundell)
    I felt like this before all of my exams. Try not to worry about what it means. If you're tired, sleep. Your body is trying to tell you you need to recharge! Go over your notes in the morning and before the exam. Hopefully you do okay though, good luck
    Thankyou! I will try and get some sleep if I can haha XD
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    (Original post by Protégé)
    For GCSEs I was very distracted and thinking more about my personal life. I just didn't care much, I don't really regret anything either. I never got below a C in a subject so I did alright.

    Right now I'm focused on my AS levels and I've put some effort into revising, I'm pretty confident but I'm more worried than I was when my GCSEs came around.
    This is my AS levels now too - I was stressed out for my GCSE's but now I'm not - I feel like because you can get an E to pass, I've got the fact that I can wing it in my head which is totally wrong! XD
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    (Original post by Smug Life)
    If you've revised and feel prepared, that's normal.
    Okay, hopefully I have revised enough haha - thankyou
 
 
 
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