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    Hi all,

    Four of my seven exams are coming up next week (week beginning 16/05/2016) and I am freaking out so much. I've had to see a counsellor because of my exam anxiety and she said that it may be beneficial to my mental health if I don't do the WJEC Psychology AS exam tomorrow. I've tried to get into contact with a safeguarding officer at my school but she isn't replying, and so I'm panicking (again). I cannot afford to get anything below a B and I know that I'm going to fail this psychology exam.

    Guys, I have no idea what to do and I feel like I'm on the verge of a mental breakdown. Any advice?

    I know it's easier said than done..but if you feel like you've revised enough and practised enough then I don't see a reason why you should be nervous just take a breather
    You can do this!
    We can't spend time thinking about the what ifs when you can spend that time actually doing something (like writing quick notes and practising)

    Good luck on your exams! :hugs:
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