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    Hey everyone!
    I know its too late to ask this cause AS level exams have already started but I really need help. I have already appeared for 5 units and and none of them were that good..I mean I work really hard and its so disappointing when the exams don't go well.I have 3 more units left and have lost all the motivation to study. I m just somehow pushing myself I don't know where am I going wrong and why is this happening. This is not the first time I m going through this..I worked very hard for my igcse but yet didn't get the grades I expected. I am really demotivated now. I m living in a constant fear that I will end up with very bad grades in AS cause the exams are not going well. I am really very upset and what's even more depressing is to think about what if I have to retake AS...which I really don't want to. After all the hard work throughout the year this is not what I want. I feel so dumb and makes me feel like I m just not capable of doing this and hard work is not the key to success!! I would really appreciate if anyone would just share their experience and how are you making through A level. Any advise, studying tips would help a lot! Btw I m doing edexcel board. I have chemistry, biology and maths.
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    hey! just try your best to relax, there's nothing you can do to change how your previous exams went. but you have all the control in your next exams! i can tell your working hard, just continue to do so. i feel the same sometimes, im doing sociology, politics, maths and english literature. i dont feel like my exams have gone extremely well but i HAVE worked hard this whole year, so i know i've done everything in my capabilities. do not get demotivated!! i have 3 exams left too but this half term is perfect to relax, get some sun and revise at the same time. take breaks, find new places to study and new people to study with. whatever happens on results day.. at least you know you've put 100% effort. wishing you well, good luck!
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    (Original post by sazriah)
    hey! just try your best to relax, there's nothing you can do to change how your previous exams went. but you have all the control in your next exams! i can tell your working hard, just continue to do so. i feel the same sometimes, im doing sociology, politics, maths and english literature. i dont feel like my exams have gone extremely well but i HAVE worked hard this whole year, so i know i've done everything in my capabilities. do not get demotivated!! i have 3 exams left too but this half term is perfect to relax, get some sun and revise at the same time. take breaks, find new places to study and new people to study with. whatever happens on results day.. at least you know you've put 100% effort. wishing you well, good luck!
    Thanks for the words! Really appreciate it
 
 
 
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