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    GCSE results day seems ages away to me....I dont want to think about it 24/7
    i want to be calm and productive....what should I do????
    Because the being calm is not working....
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    I count down the days.

    Other than that, I'm going stir crazy.
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    I wouldn't get your hopes up about passing your English GCSEs.
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    (Original post by ImReady!)
    GCSE results day seems ages away to me....I dont want to think about it 24/7
    i want to be calm and productive....what should I do????
    Because the being calm is not working....
    Same here, counting the days stresses me out. So I'm spending hours on TSR lol
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    I wouldn't get your hopes up about passing your English GCSEs.
    thanks coz thats like one of the GCSEs I hope to 100% pass
    thanks man
    but dw I get u
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    Crack open a cold one
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    (Original post by ImReady!)
    GCSE results day seems ages away to me....I dont want to think about it 24/7
    i want to be calm and productive....what should I do????
    Because the being calm is not working....
    I honestly haven't stopped thinking about it - I have a countdown which isn't helping. In terms of taking your mind off it, you could go out for a bit and enjoy some time with friends? It doesn't matter what you do, just do something to not only make the time go faster but also to take your mind off of it.
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    I wouldn't get your hopes up about passing your English GCSEs.
    How someone uses language online does not accurately reflect their academic ability.
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    You just have to remind yourself that the worst grade you can get is a U so there is no point stressing
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    (Original post by rnineirnee)
    You just have to remind yourself that the worst grade you can get is a U so there is no point stressing
    that isn't really reassuring.
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    (Original post by AspiringUnderdog)
    that isn't really reassuring.
    My bad i needed to make it more clear that i was being sarcastic.
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    (Original post by rnineirnee)
    My bad i needed to make it more clear that i was being sarcastic.
    Yes, yes you do.
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    What date do they come out?
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    (Original post by markova21)
    What date do they come out?
    24th August

    Well, technically the schools/colleges get the results on the 23rd, but they cannot release the results until the 24th
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    I wouldn't get your hopes up about passing your English GCSEs.
    Don't you have any better to do than being a prick?
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    (Original post by Desmos)
    Don't you have any better to do than being a prick?
    Lolll
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    (Original post by ImReady!)
    GCSE results day seems ages away to me....I dont want to think about it 24/7
    i want to be calm and productive....what should I do????
    Because the being calm is not working....
    I'm exactly the same, I just keep watching hundreds of results day videos and it's in my head all the time ughhh
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    Just think about the consequences instead of the actual results themselves
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    (Original post by apeshit007)
    Just think about the consequences instead of the actual results themselves
    That would probably end up stressing them out even more because they'd be thinking about the negative consequences of failing.
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    (Original post by Desmos)
    That would probably end up stressing them out even more because they'd be thinking about the negative consequences of failing.
    (SIGHS SO HARD)
    That was the joke
 
 
 
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