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I'm quite nervous about my results. What can I do to forget about the day for a good while so I can enjoy my holidays? Thanks.
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Smash your exams and then you have no reason to worry. In fact, you look forward to it.
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I'm quite nervous about my results. What can I do to forget about the day for a good while so I can enjoy my holidays? Thanks.
find a hobby that takes up lots of time,maybe do some voluntering
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Alcohol.
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Alcohol.
Not allowed.
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find a hobby that takes up lots of time,maybe do some voluntering
I'll have to think of some hobbies (don't really have any)... Hmm...
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xD

I don't think I absolutely flunked them, but I'm just nervous in general about opening them and the anticipation of the day...

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Smash your exams and then you have no reason to worry. In fact, you look forward to it.
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MDMA
No drugs, thanks. :P
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find a hobby that takes up lots of time,maybe do some voluntering
Philanthropy is the choice for those who know that they are not talented enough to benefit sufficiently from efforts put into their own success.
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I'll have to think of some hobbies (don't really have any)... Hmm...
try something new
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Philanthropy is the choice for those who know that they are not talented enough to benefit sufficiently from efforts put into their own success.
or just possibly its a choice of people who want to give back to society?
I m doing pretty well from my own efforts currently in university and in life in general but then i just want to do something that benefits other people and my career plans are in a profession that does that also.
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Philanthropy is the choice for those who know that they are not talented enough to benefit sufficiently from efforts put into their own success.
But for healthcare degrees at university, things like volunteering are great on your personal statement.
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or just possibly its a choice of people who want to give back to society?
I m doing pretty well from my own efforts currently in university and in life in general but then i just want to do something that benefits other people and my career plans are in a profession that does that also.
Paying tax already does that, paying for the food on the plate of scroungers across the nation.
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try something new
Any ideas?
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I'm quite nervous about my results. What can I do to forget about the day for a good while so I can enjoy my holidays? Thanks.
If you do A levels, 1 month 3 weeks, im withchu
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Paying tax already does that, paying for the food on the plate of scroungers across the nation.
Volunteering could also be helping at a local primary school with kids' reading... It doesn't have to be the conventional form of volunteering.
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But for healthcare degrees at university, things like volunteering are great on your personal statement.
you mean essential i think the poster just hates the poor so wont get much sense out of them anyway.
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One day it will just be history (your results day). I remember feeling like this before my results day (two years ago). Remember life will go on, what is bound to happen will happen. Your exams are done, the result that you will get cannot be changed.
Enjoy your present, enjoy every day of your free time!
Also, if you get good grades then great! If not then it is great as well! Why? Because: I believe whatever happens turns out the best for you in the end. One day you might feel that i.e. the uni or the friends you made were the best thing that ever happened to you.

So, relax! Watch movies, go out, do nothing, read a book....just breathe and live the moment. Grades do not determine your happiness in life, remember that. Okay? Hope you enjoy your holiday (by going somewhere nice? ) !
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you mean essential i think the poster just hates the poor so wont get much sense out of them anyway.

Haha, yeah. It's very competitive indeed.

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If you do A levels, 1 month 3 weeks, im withchu
GCSEs for me. xD
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