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    I’m in year 11 I have mocks in January and I have my gcses in like may and in my area and school we are all heavy drug/ecstasy users and recently I’ve been really depressed bc I’m honestly scared of facing my gcses and I’ve been doing mdma once a week and I know it’s bad for you but I’m stopping after October half term (in 2weeks) permanently and then I’m just going to grind down I get average grades and I can do well if I work really hard can I still get good grades even thiugh I do mdma? (Bear in mind I am stopping in 2 weeks permanently to concentrate on gcses) and I’m sort of average in everything has anyone who did average get really good gcses because I need to get good grades if I want to go into medicine (also I’m new to this whole forum thing so I’m posting in other places too bc I have no idea where this forum should go)
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    MDMA is recommended to be used once every 3 months otherwise there is a good chance you will develop the serotonin syndrome. You should stop right now without delaying it any longer. You are most likely feeling stressed out/depressed because your brain chemistry is all over the place right now. You are still very young (15/16?) so if you quit now, your brain will still have time to fully mature until you hit your early twenties.

    7 months is more than enough time to prepare for gcses if you take it seriously. If you are average then put twice as much time/effort studying than you classmates and you will be fine. And even if you do average, you will still have time to catch up and perform well in A levels.

    However use the time you have productively. Stop partying, wasting time with friends, etc if you really want to succeed. Sort out your priorities. Practice discipline. Stop making false promises to yourself and actually take action.

    Source: been there, done it...
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    Ahh I see thank you so much, did you do well in your gcses?
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    you can do it if you stop for good. Never too late. Stop panicking and get on with it.
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    (Original post by Gggg5121)
    Ahh I see thank you so much, did you do well in your gcses?
    I did it when I was 15/16 and i've had no negative effects! The only negative effects i've had is from frequent use, reasonably recently; do stop before you get addicted and get "serotonin syndrome", I'm not sure what it is to be honest because it's not happened to me!

    But yeah 15/16 is way too early to be getting into drugs (I mean it always is too early) but never too late to stop!.
 
 
 
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