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Sorry if this is a bit long but i don't know how to explain it...
i just feel so stressed out right now about sixth form and A levels, im 17 and only in year 12 (near the end of yr 12) but im struggling so much, nearly everyday i dread going school and i get extremely anxious in the morning to the point that it lasts throughout the whole day and i cant breathe properly or focus and sometimes i get light headed. just thinking about it makes me anxious. i just think sixth form isn't for me but also i have no idea what i want to do in life. i just dont see myself enjoying this boring routine... i have no time for myself, my own things and enjoyments. Recently when i was sick and took a day off school i realised how AMAZING it was, i enjoyed being around my family not having to stress about work and i was helping my mum a bit with stuff and searching stuff up on the internet and focusing on myself and i felt so good and happy and calm and at peace. everyday it gets worse. more pressure and stress. i dont know how to explain this feeling of purposelessness but still wanting to do something. anyone relate ? what should i do?
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What A levels are you taking?
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What A levels are you taking?
psychology, religious studies and sociology... :s
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psychology, religious studies and sociology... :s
Just remember that these A Levels are the key to your future. Take your time with revision. t will help you calm down. If needed, you can take breaks. Hope my advice helps.
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if theres one thing i learned in life is not to stress.
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Use the stress positively! These are very important exams! But you will be fine! Remember whatever happens you will 1,000% survive, there is so much competition between unis even an ABB performance can get you in a very good university.
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Just remember that these A Levels are the key to your future. Take your time with revision. t will help you calm down. If needed, you can take breaks. Hope my advice helps.
thank you yes ive learned it doesnt matter how much work i have as long as i take my time and understand things in my own way eventually ill get there.
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