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I keep having dreams that I fail my A-levels :/ watch

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    It's happened 3 times in a row now the last 3 nights, and quite a few times last week.

    And they are so realistic!!

    On Thursday I dreamt I didn't get to finish my English Exam. I also couldn't answer the question on my as re-sit because I forgot the whole topic.Then I some how walked into the ocean with my unfinished exam paper and was stuck there, I kept trying to get out.

    On Friday I dreamt I failed every single exam but still had my English exam, so I told my mum "it's okay, if I do well in the re-sit I can get an A*" and she said "It doesn't matter, you've failed now".

    Lastnight I dreamt I got DDD, so I was planning to re-sit in my gap year but I had a problem because I was confused as to what exams I had taken this year XD


    Every morning I wake up and think "OH THANK GOD THAT ISN'T REAL"! Like every single morning for the last 3 days....maybe it's a sign
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    Aww don't worry :console: Nobody can predict the future and this is all in your hands :yes:

    Believe in yourself and you'll be fine :hugs:
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    I quite regularly have bad dreams about A levels and results day, and not getting the grades to go to my first choice university. It's terrifying - but on the plus side, I'm motivated to stop the dreams becoming a reality.
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    You have two months, you can change this.
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    Just anxiety manifesting itself in your dreams. Nothing to worry about unless ofc you are slacking.
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    gurl omg i had this all throughout my gcse exams :lol: that i failed everything. But i passed all my exams in the end and only got 3Cs

    Dreams are just your subconscious worrying about things that it didn't worry about during the day :dontknow:
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    Don't worry, that doesn't mean anything. As long as you keep licking your textbooks and notes and absorb all the knowledge you need, you're fine. :yep:
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    I think it's normal to have dreams about failing exams it happens to everyone, especially since exam season is coming up. One of the reasons why you are having dreams about failing is because that it what you are thinking about. Be positive and think you will do well in your exams.
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    Might happen. Might not.
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    Just shows how much youre thinking about them, maybe relax a little more?

    Besides it was only just a dream

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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    It's happened 3 times in a row now the last 3 nights, and quite a few times last week.

    And they are so realistic!!

    On Thursday I dreamt I didn't get to finish my English Exam. I also couldn't answer the question on my as re-sit because I forgot the whole topic.Then I some how walked into the ocean with my unfinished exam paper and was stuck there, I kept trying to get out.

    On Friday I dreamt I failed every single exam but still had my English exam, so I told my mum "it's okay, if I do well in the re-sit I can get an A*" and she said "It doesn't matter, you've failed now".

    Lastnight I dreamt I got DDD, so I was planning to re-sit in my gap year but I had a problem because I was confused as to what exams I had taken this year XD


    Every morning I wake up and think "OH THANK GOD THAT ISN'T REAL"! Like every single morning for the last 3 days....maybe it's a sign
    I've finished a Bachs and I still get dreams of failing my English GCSEs.
    (which never happened)
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    For media I wrote a film about these two guys failing their A Levels. My teacher told me that it won't happen to me but I'm scared to the brim. I'm worried about Literature as I don't know my books as much as I need to. My teacher taught me The Tempest via the film not the play/book :/.
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    Your dreams are a reflection of your current thinking. Which tells me you haven't been keeping your promise. The one you made me.
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    Just shows how much youre thinking about them, maybe relax a little more?

    Besides it was only just a dream

    Awww that was so cute, thankyoU! XD
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Awww that was so cute, thankyoU! XD
    Haha pas de probleme madame just remember

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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    It's happened 3 times in a row now the last 3 nights, and quite a few times last week.

    And they are so realistic!!

    On Thursday I dreamt I didn't get to finish my English Exam. I also couldn't answer the question on my as re-sit because I forgot the whole topic.Then I some how walked into the ocean with my unfinished exam paper and was stuck there, I kept trying to get out.

    On Friday I dreamt I failed every single exam but still had my English exam, so I told my mum "it's okay, if I do well in the re-sit I can get an A*" and she said "It doesn't matter, you've failed now".

    Lastnight I dreamt I got DDD, so I was planning to re-sit in my gap year but I had a problem because I was confused as to what exams I had taken this year XD


    Every morning I wake up and think "OH THANK GOD THAT ISN'T REAL"! Like every single morning for the last 3 days....maybe it's a sign
    It's because subconsciously you're scared you're gonna fail, it'll be to do with the stress
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
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    You wouldn't be thinking about failing unless there was a reason for you to worry. You're not revising enough.

    No point being worried if you're already preparing to fail.
 
 
 
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