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    and panic has set in...
    I honestly feel like I'm going to fail everything.
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    Me too
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    (Original post by barbiegirl99)
    and panic has set in...
    I honestly feel like I'm going to fail everything.
    we are all in the same boat ;(. can't w8 for it to be over
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    Aw, don't be. Maybe you should get everything ready and start now. Make sure that you know all the concepts first, go through the notes and then begin solving. Now.
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    (Original post by dragonhunter)
    Me too
    What have you done so far, are your subjects quite complicated?
    I think that's my problem and why I am getting so stressed out.
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    (Original post by Asad_2015)
    we are all in the same boat ;(. can't w8 for it to be over
    I hope I don't live to regret it
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    (Original post by maria.x)
    Aw, don't be. Maybe you should get everything ready and start now. Make sure that you know all the concepts first, go through the notes and then begin solving. Now.
    Thanks for the advice, I just don't know how these 5 weeks are going to pan out, and I honestly feel as though I'm drawing a blank and I haven't even sat an exam yet.
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    I'm still waiting for the panic
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    I'm still waiting for the panic
    That's the worst kind of panic. I used to be like that, and it did no good, I couldn't sleep at night >.<
    To be honest I don't think I am panicking enough
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    (Original post by barbiegirl99)
    What have you done so far, are your subjects quite complicated?
    I think that's my problem and why I am getting so stressed out.
    I'm doing English lit, French and Music. I've been revising constantly all holidays but still feel like I know nothing!!!

    I'm mostly panicking about English because there is simply so much to know. French I'm pretty confident and Music was 70% coursework which I've done well in as far as I'm aware, probably going into exam hall with a C grade just from coursework. But English (esp. critics) does my head in.

    What about you?
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    (Original post by barbiegirl99)
    That's the worst kind of panic. I used to be like that, and it did no good, I couldn't sleep at night >.<
    Why couldn't you sleep if you weren't panicking?
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    (Original post by barbiegirl99)
    and panic has set in...
    I honestly feel like I'm going to fail everything.
    Just keep swimming!
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    (Original post by dragonhunter)
    I'm doing English lit, French and Music. I've been revising constantly all holidays but still feel like I know nothing!!!

    I'm mostly panicking about English because there is simply so much to know. French I'm pretty confident and Music was 70% coursework which I've done well in as far as I'm aware, probably going into exam hall with a C grade just from coursework. But English (esp. critics) does my head in.

    What about you?
    My friends are finding English so hard due to the content, me however, I have no coursework, only exams
    Physics, Chemistry are the hardest
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    Why couldn't you sleep if you weren't panicking?
    because then i'm concerned about my life
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    Just keep swimming!
    currently drowning
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    (Original post by barbiegirl99)
    currently drowning
    Haha. This is true for me in my tears.
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    (Original post by dragonhunter)
    Haha. This is true for me in my tears.
    same *sobs, sighing* same
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    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but A2 gets waaaaay harder. Double what your feeling now and multiply by a 100.

    Good luck btw xxx
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    (Original post by lulucoco98)
    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but A2 gets waaaaay harder. Double what your feeling now and multiply by a 100.

    Good luck btw xxx
    Honestly id say the jump between gcse and as is bigger than as to a2
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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Honestly id say the jump between gcse and as is bigger than as to a2
    I agree; I didn't find A2 that much of a bigger step up than As compared to GCSE to As
 
 
 
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