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    (Original post by arizonaidiot)
    By the way what were your mock grades?Do you think 5A* 3A is a good enough score?
    Very very good. I didn't get that.
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    Did any one do edexcel igcse triple science.If so then how did you find the exams?
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    Anyone?
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    (Original post by arizonaidiot)
    As you can see,i'm going to get my results soon and I am overwhelmed with a lot of stress.Former gcse students, tell me about your thoughts when you came out of the exam vs what you actually got.
    I am in the same position I have watched so many GCSE results videos on YouTube so if you want to know about thoughts after exam & results< I would watch a bunch of videos on YouTube.
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    (Original post by itslibby)
    I am in the same position I have watched so many GCSE results videos on YouTube so if you want to know about thoughts after exam & results< I would watch a bunch of videos on YouTube.
    Did you do edexcel igcse ?
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    (Original post by arizonaidiot)
    Did you do edexcel igcse ?
    Nope I didn't do iGCSEs
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    So anyone do edexcel igcse triple science?
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    (Original post by arizonaidiot)
    As you can see,i'm going to get my results soon and I am overwhelmed with a lot of stress.Former gcse students, tell me about your thoughts when you came out of the exam vs what you actually got.
    It's been 2 years since I did my GCSE's and all I can say is that they're nothing to worry about. What will be, will be. I was nervous at that time (just like I am for A-Level results day) but that's perfectly normal. Prepare for your next stage of your life and don't worry about your results yet. As long as you tried your best there is nothing to worry about.
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    (Original post by srdavison123)
    It's been 2 years since I did my GCSE's and all I can say is that they're nothing to worry about. What will be, will be. I was nervous at that time (just like I am for A-Level results day) but that's perfectly normal. Prepare for your next stage of your life and don't worry about your results yet. As long as you tried your best there is nothing to worry about.
    Were there any surprises in your results?
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    (Original post by arizonaidiot)
    Were there any surprises in your results?
    Not really. I did slightly better in some subjects and worse in others than expected. However I expected to at least pass everything and I managed that comfortably. As long as you manage to move on to your next stage of education without problem, then you've got nothing to worry about.
 
 
 
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