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    I found out most of my results mocks, and didn't went like I expected. How do I stand myself from that situation?
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    At GCSE, I got G in my history mock exam and AAB in my real GCSE history exams. Keep in mind this was done under the circumstances that I did not do year 10 in the UK and had an attendance of 48% in my UK year 11.

    My AS mocks were ACDE and my real AS grades were AAAB. One of the As was the E subject of the mocks, in which I had about an attendance of about 74%.

    Moral of the story: Mocks do not mean anything. Do not even bother to think about them as they are meaningless in the end.

    Remind yourself that there is nothing for you to worry about. You will be fine as long as you revise.
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    Thank you very much for your time and your advise.
 
 
 
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