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    Do A Levels make anybody else cry on the day to day.
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    A-levels are really tough and there’s stupid amounts of pressure, but stick at them and work hard and you will do well, this is coming from a second year university student.
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    Do A Levels make anybody else cry on the day to day.
    Loool A Levels have me crying every other day. This is so true
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    (Original post by Momo Sparkle)
    Do A Levels make anybody else cry on the day to day.
    Im still in my as levels. But i found that it could make me numb day by day if i dont have a genuine passion and interest for the subject...
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    Lmao they make me cry on the daily
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    Stress levels go from 10% to 110% from gcse to a level
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    (Original post by Ruth_Mwanaka)
    Loool A Levels have me crying every other day. This is so true
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    Lmao they make me cry on the daily
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    Stress levels go from 10% to 110% from gcse to a level
    Sorry to hear that.

    I'll point you towards this thread for a bit of advice:
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4699500
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    You do your GCSE’s and your like pfft 3/4 AS/A Levels I’ll ace them. Next thing you know you’re failing a mock that you revised your ass for.
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    (Original post by Momo Sparkle)
    Do A Levels make anybody else cry on the day to day.
    Yeah, definitely me.
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    I cried myself to sleep last night after my IT a level exam.
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    I cried myself to sleep last night after my IT a level exam.
    so true, especially when your tying your level best and you know it but still it does't pay off
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    (Original post by Momo Sparkle)
    You do your GCSE’s and your like pfft 3/4 AS/A Levels I’ll ace them. Next thing you know you’re failing a mock that you revised your ass for.
    Finally found somebody who I can relate with 😂😂😂
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    if only i could cry. :\
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    my friends and I have crying sessions together, it's deep
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    Ngl they make me cry hourly
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    (Original post by Momo Sparkle)
    Do A Levels make anybody else cry on the day to day.
    Yes. Yes they do.
 
 
 

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