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Hi, I know this might sound a bit dramatic, but last night I cried myself to sleep and I cried today aswell. I'm just super stressed for GCSE Physics Mock.

In May 2016 I got 70% in my physics test.
In Nov 2016 I got 60% in my physics test.
In May 2017 I got 44% in my physics test.

I'm now stressed as I have lost all confidence in myself and i really wanted a level 5 or above for GCSE Physics. My mock is in a week, and my parents will be so upset if i get bad grades.Anyone have tips to feel less stressed??


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(Original post by ajfish123)
Hi, I know this might sound a bit dramatic, but last night I cried myself to sleep and I cried today aswell. I'm just super stressed for GCSE Physics Mock.

In May 2016 I got 70% in my physics test.
In Nov 2016 I got 60% in my physics test.
In May 2017 I got 44% in my physics test.

I'm now stressed as I have lost all confidence in myself and i really wanted a level 5 or above for GCSE Physics. My mock is in a week, and my parents will be so upset if i get bad grades.Anyone have tips to feel less stressed??


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Have a good cry, then realise stress doesnt get you extra marks.
Just revise hard between now and the test.

Presumably you have good notes or a decent textbook/ revision book?

Work out why you did poorly in 2017 and go over those areas again. Retry the questions and understand what went wrong.

Practice will help you get your confidence back. You can achieve a lot in a week. If you dont understand a topic, then use youtube, there are plenty of videos on their with people eager to explain things.

Be stressed and cry after the exam if you wish, but at the moment it only hinders you, so ignore it.
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