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    Just know if you feel nauseous at the thought of exam preparation, those feelings will find you again on results day. Your current work output is a determiner of the appearance of your Results paper: Crashing on the sofa, with a bag of crisps every day after school non-stop will most likely equate to a paper full of '3s' & '2s'.

    And even if your feeling sick at the thought of revision know that it can be cured if you achieve awesome results, as that would lead to a good job and a good job can mean private healthcare, or if you choose not to revise DON'T complain when you're feeling agitated standing in an ever extending NHS queue with your baby in a chad valley pram, and you're tesco ketchup-stained NHS benefits card humiliating you, sitting rolled up in your hand.
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    Just know if you feel nauseous at the thought of exam preparation, those feelings will find you again on results day. Your current work output is a determiner of the appearance of your Results paper: Crashing on the sofa, with a bag of crisps every day after school non-stop will most likely equate to a paper full of '3s' & '2s'.

    And even if your feeling sick at the thought of revision know that it can be cured if you achieve awesome results, as that would lead to a good job and a good job can mean private healthcare, or if you choose not to revise DON'T complain when you're feeling agitated standing in an ever extending NHS queue with your baby in a chad valley pram, and you're tesco ketchup-stained NHS benefits card humiliating you, sitting rolled up in your hand.
    Well. This is an interesting way of looking at it.

    I’d encourage anyone getting sick of GCSE revision to take a little break and come back to it another hour or day with a clearer head. And visualise how you’d feel when opening a results envelope to see a row of 8’s and 9’s - Or alternatively that 5 in Maths that some people really struggle to get.

    It’ll be worth it!
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