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    Now pretty much the high school I go to is full of judgemental kn*bs. And I don't think that its fair. They judge you by nothing if you ain't a beg or just popular than you are swept under the table. But I was in my year 11 mock today (chemistry) and there was this one girl who caught my mind throughout it. The issue is that I feel that she think I am bit of a freak for now reason. I am too nervous to talk to her as I feel that is just embarrassing myself and I feel quite anxious. I do not know what to do really as I feel i'm being judged for now reason. I wouldn't really know where to start so please can someone help?

    And before you say I am going to leave soon that is false because I wanna do A level physics there and I believe many in my year want to go 6th form please help it is the only thing I can think about. And as I have to put up with it for 5 days a week it is killing me inside.
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    (Original post by JustSomeRandomer)
    Now pretty much the high school I go to is full of judgemental kn*bs. And I don't think that its fair. They judge you by nothing if you ain't a beg or just popular than you are swept under the table. But I was in my year 11 mock today (chemistry) and there was this one girl who caught my mind throughout it. The issue is that I feel that she think I am bit of a freak for now reason. I am too nervous to talk to her as I feel that is just embarrassing myself and I feel quite anxious. I do not know what to do really as I feel i'm being judged for now reason. I wouldn't really know where to start so please can someone help?

    And before you say I am going to leave soon that is false because I wanna do A level physics there and I believe many in my year want to go 6th form please help it is the only thing I can think about. And as I have to put up with it for 5 days a week it is killing me inside.
    Are there any other places nearby or within reasonable travel distance you'd consider studying for your a levels at instead?
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    Are there any other places nearby or within reasonable travel distance you'd consider studying for your a levels at instead?
    Well there is but everyone leaves them because my school is known for successful A levels it just I need to learn how to speak out or cope with it.
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    I know this will sound harsh, but coming from a thirty-one year old who's been through school and only realised this after leaving: keep your head down, do your work, be a success; it's what you're there for.

    And if that doesn't suit, why not join a team or a club if there are any at your school?
 
 
 
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