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    So, the second paper is on tomorrow (calculator) which is my weakest, I feel like absolute **** and have probably failed considering I wasn't confidence I did good on the non-calculator.

    In the summer I was 4 marks away, but I feel like I've already failed again... what about u guys
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    same dude, in the summer i failed by 2 marks and in GCSE's i failed by 1 mark with barely any revision. Now im actually trying to revise i think im gonna fail even more. but GL for tomorrow
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    (Original post by AyeItsJustBen)
    same dude, in the summer i failed by 2 marks and in GCSE's i failed by 1 mark with barely any revision. Now im actually trying to revise i think im gonna fail even more. but GL for tomorrow
    You too! I really want to pass maths >.<
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    Are you all trying to get a C?
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    Same here
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    Are you all trying to get a C?
    Yeah people usually resit in november if they didn't achieve a C in the summer.
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    (Original post by OtakuFreak)
    So, the second paper is on tomorrow (calculator) which is my weakest, I feel like absolute **** and have probably failed considering I wasn't confidence I did good on the non-calculator.

    In the summer I was 4 marks away, but I feel like I've already failed again... what about u guys
    Hope the paper went well! Was it harder than the may/june papers?
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    (Original post by AyeItsJustBen)
    same dude, in the summer i failed by 2 marks and in GCSE's i failed by 1 mark with barely any revision. Now im actually trying to revise i think im gonna fail even more. but GL for tomorrow
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    (Original post by AyeItsJustBen)
    same dude, in the summer i failed by 2 marks and in GCSE's i failed by 1 mark with barely any revision. Now im actually trying to revise i think im gonna fail even more. but GL for tomorrow
    1 mark? I feel so sorry for you! I'm sure you smashed the paper though!
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    Hope the paper went well! Was it harder than the may/june papers?
    I felt a bit uneasy about the non-caculator but the calculator paper was a really nice one if you ask me.
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    Hey my lovelies
    This was my 4th time doing Maths (I know...) so don't be too hard on yourselves. Two things I did learn over the course of this past year and a bit (since GCSE results day last year) is that your teacher can make a huge difference to how you get on. He or she can either be the best teacher ever, make it really interesting or just be really enthusiastic about the subject. OK I know that the students have to take most of that responsibility for learning stuff but it does help if you have a decent teacher. The next thing I learnt is not too get too anxious over exams. All I'm expected to do is try my best. No one will get angry if I (or you) get a D, especially parents. I think my mindset this week has definitely made a difference in how I found the exams this week.

    Good luck guys I really hope you get your C


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    (Original post by OtakuFreak)
    I felt a bit uneasy about the non-caculator but the calculator paper was a really nice one if you ask me.
    I'm really happy for you! Bet you smashed the paper!x
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    Hey my lovelies
    This was my 4th time doing Maths (I know...) so don't be too hard on yourselves. Two things I did learn over the course of this past year and a bit (since GCSE results day last year) is that your teacher can make a huge difference to how you get on. He or she can either be the best teacher ever, make it really interesting or just be really enthusiastic about the subject. OK I know that the students have to take most of that responsibility for learning stuff but it does help if you have a decent teacher. The next thing I learnt is not too get too anxious over exams. All I'm expected to do is try my best. No one will get angry if I (or you) get a D, especially parents. I think my mindset this week has definitely made a difference in how I found the exams this week.

    Good luck guys I really hope you get your C


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    Mindset is the MOST important element during revision and especially exam season. Well done!x I hope you got the grade you want!x
 
 
 
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