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    I am in my last year of secondary school and have very important exams near June. I am going to start revising in September. However, I feel hopeless and feel like I am going to do bad in my exams. I want to score really high. I always have bad thoughts in my head (nothing suicidal) and think that I cant concentrate when revising, when in school classes and when doing schoolwork. I also think that I forget my important notes. This leads to me stressing out and getting really scared of failure. Please help!
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    Don't let grades dictate you. Do your best (as usual) next year, but it's a lot more important to plan your career in advance. Good grades mean nothing if you're a dull character. You need to write about your extra-curriculars on your CV as they demonstrate the skills the employers look for - more so than in exams.
 
 
 
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