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    I'm currently in year 11 at a state school which is quite run down. I've always hates school but I've seriously had enough. I'm not intelligent at all, I'm not the best behaved pupil and I'm seriously doubting my future. I may be considered distruptive but I work hard in nearly all my lessons especially English and maths but I just seem to be going nowhere. I'm so worried about passing the a minimum of 5 GCSEs including English and Maths as I'm predicted E's for most subjects. The more stressed I get the more I seem to break rules about the school uniform ect as I honestly don't feel motivated to look nice for school which is resulting in multiple detentions for the way I look and forgetting things. Please share some motivation and support down below. I'm finding school so difficult, I don't understand any of the work and just feel like staying in bed all day, I'm excited for college and taking a food technology course but they won't let ,me do it unless I get 5 gcses
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    (Original post by OrlaMayxx)
    I'm currently in year 11 at a state school which is quite run down. I've always hates school but I've seriously had enough. I'm not intelligent at all, I'm not the best behaved pupil and I'm seriously doubting my future. I may be considered distruptive but I work hard in nearly all my lessons especially English and maths but I just seem to be going nowhere. I'm so worried about passing the a minimum of 5 GCSEs including English and Maths as I'm predicted E's for most subjects. The more stressed I get the more I seem to break rules about the school uniform ect as I honestly don't feel motivated to look nice for school which is resulting in multiple detentions for the way I look and forgetting things. Please share some motivation and support down below. I'm finding school so difficult, I don't understand any of the work and just feel like staying in bed all day, I'm excited for college and taking a food technology course but they won't let ,me do it unless I get 5 gcses
    This time between now and May is invaluable, and you won't get it back. Don't be one of them people who after results day say "I should've tried harder". Think of it this way, hard work until May and you get nearly 3 months to do whatever you want. You can do it!
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    This time between now and May is invaluable, and you won't get it back. Don't be one of them people who after results day say "I should've tried harder". Think of it this way, hard work until May and you get nearly 3 months to do whatever you want. You can do it!

    Thank you, I think this week in particular has just been difficult. I'm really opening exams will come around fast! I'm desperate just to do them and get them over and done with.
    I hope when I start revision in December time I'll be more motivated and after May will be able to get away from the bullying, strict rules on everything etc.
    I am trying hard in lessons but I could defentitly try harder in terms of homework, coursework etc.
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    Just put the work in because tbh it's only 3 months or so
 
 
 
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