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    It's not like i think i did bad in my exams, overall it went good, but the thought of doing bad keeps making me nervous. I just think of all the possible outcomes and i can't really enjoy the holidays.
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    If you feel the exams went well, then you most likely did well!! Don't worry, everyone feels this way but, at the end of the day, you can't change your grades now, there's no point worrying about it- and when you come out with good grades you'll regret wasting so much time worrying
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    Thank you
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    Maybe talking about it would make it better?
    I also have the same problem about results day and I think talking about it helps.
    To be fair you will probably be fine if your predicted good grades.
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    Same, bricking it really. :afraid::argh::banghead:
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    Don't be! Nothing we can do now!
 
 
 
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