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    In my friendship group there is one girl who seems to have taken a dislike to me thanks to the fact that I get better test scores than her. However, I don't brag about them one bit, try to keep them to myself where possible and am generally not bothered whether or not I do well.
    On the other hand, she clearly bothers a lot and it's got to the point where I don't know what to say to her anymore and we are 15 so I'd of though she'd be mature enough not to let it bother her.
    Anyway, she consistently talks about me behind my back and it's beginning to severely knock my confidence (I struggled with confidence lower down school and though I'd got over it) and makes me feel insecure and unnecessarily irritable. I also now sit next to her in one lesson and she makes really sly but hurtful comments and then acts all innocent.
    Should I just leave her alone and ignore her? I also really don't want to stir things up as I risk losing all my other friends but I could ask to move seats in this particular lesson. What do you guys think?

    Try to ignore her, tell your other friends about what she does and yes do ask to move seats.
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