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    So, today marked the end of my exams; it marked the end of 3 years of doing A levels. I've had 3 chances to do well in my exams but I'm almost certain I've screwed up again. Why? Because I don't put nearly enough effort into my studies as I should be. But the thing is, I want to be successful. I want to get a degree from a good University and pursue my dream of becoming an RAF pilot but as of right now, my already extremely low chances have been reduced to almost 0.

    But why? Here I am ranting about how much I've failed and yet why do I never learn from my mistakes? It's like knowing something bad is going to happen if you don't do anything about it and then letting that bad thing happen. Perhaps I'm just naturally lazy. I fear I'm becoming depressed about it all. Well, either way, I'm off to Uni with my predicted grades of BCC.

    It took me a year of University to get my ass into gear as I wasn't too good in sixth form. You'll get there eventually.
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