I've received my GCSE results this week and they were disappointing. I failed 3 subjects completely with E grades and got C's and a B in the passes. I did pass English and Maths (higher level). I did revision, lots of practice papers and then performed below my predictions. I'm not an A * student but I was predicted an A, Bs and C's. I always get on with my work but do find the exam itself hard. My school believe I'm still capable of doing 3 A levels and will support me closely with my learning to see where I must be going wrong. I'm just not sure what to do as it's knocked my confidence.
Poor results advice Watch
- Thread Starter
- 27-08-2016 09:54
- 31-08-2016 04:20
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