I've always been seen as really clever. I'm the first person in my immediate family to stay in school past the age of 16. They make me out to be some kind of genius but I'm not sure I am. I only got one B at gcse, the rest A's and A*'s, with very minimal revision. I've never even had to think about failure until now. I recently took trial examinations, and messed them up after revising pretty hard. I do 4 A levels and got a B in English Language, D in biology, E in physics and U in maths. It shocked me. I used to be pretty unhappy, hating everyone but academically successful. Recently I've sorted myself out socially, getting invited to parties, going to the gym, being positive and becoming reasonably popular but I can't help but feel this is the cause of my failure. I'm desperate for an AAA to get to my uni of choice. Can anyone provide any tips or advice to help me achieve this?
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Last edited by Crazykingfisher; 15-02-2018 at 17:59.
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well I wouldn't demotivate u but maybe u see when u got to A Levels there will be a change...before you use to just speak the knowledge you have and now u just apply the knowledge you have so that's y i maybe u are failing but you can always try questions and try hard and sometimes read too.... I feel the same way but sometimes u have to read its not that it all stays in the head.You wil realise that a person who is good really good at Math won't have problems in A Levels coz they can apply the knowledge so just try xoing questions and read and ecpose yourself to as many questions from different boards and knowledge from other sources and u will do wel