afraid I actually might fail all my gcses

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I probably wont fail all my gcses but I have reason to believe I will not pass 5

1.)The only revision I have been doing is cramming,and only for certain subjects like computer science
2.)I only got 3 gcses in my mocks English Language,Maths,Buisness in the 2nd set of mocks, failed everything in the first ones
3.)I have no confidence
4.)I have no motivation
5.)Predicted a mixture of 5s and 6s have no clue how I will actually get them

Does anyone else feel like this?Am I just procrastinating like I always do? Are Mocks really that accurate?
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(Original post by jifjljslkdfjlk)
I probably wont fail all my gcses but I have reason to believe I will not pass 5

1.)The only revision I have been doing is cramming,and only for certain subjects like computer science
2.)I only got 3 gcses in my mocks English Language,Maths,Buisness in the 2nd set of mocks, failed everything in the first ones
3.)I have no confidence
4.)I have no motivation
5.)Predicted a mixture of 5s and 6s have no clue how I will actually get them

Does anyone else feel like this?Am I just procrastinating like I always do? Are Mocks really that accurate?
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I failed all but one of my GCSEs and I went to get a first class degree.

If you do ‘fail’ it won’t define you, go and do the best you can so you won’t feel disappointed.

Kindest Regards,
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I didn't revise for any and I passed all 9. Don't worry about it, you'll be fine.
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Nope mocks aren’t accurate. History was the subject I consistently failed during GCSE - I was barely scraping D’s and majority of my grades were E’s. I revised a day before the exam because I had lost all motivation and my teacher predicted me a D. I ended up with an A. My exam was sent to remark again as I was a couple of marks off from an A initially.

Long story short: mocks aren’t a good indicator of anything imo and cramming can sometimes work.
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I failed all but one of my GCSEs and I went to get a first class degree.

If you do ‘fail’ it won’t define you, go and do the best you can so you won’t feel disappointed.

Kindest Regards,
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thanks,thats quite reassuring
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I didn't revise for any and I passed all 9. Don't worry about it, you'll be fine.
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Nope mocks aren’t accurate. History was the subject I consistently failed during GCSE - I was barely scraping D’s and majority of my grades were E’s. I revised a day before the exam because I had lost all motivation and my teacher predicted me a D. I ended up with an A. My exam was sent to remark again as I was a couple of marks off from an A initially.

Long story short: mocks aren’t a good indicator of anything imo and cramming can sometimes work.
thats a crazy story D to an A , similar thing happend to my friend went from a Band 1(F) to a Band 7(A) in computer science just through pure revision in the space of two mock exams. I already crammed for about 4 days straight for computer science so hopefully I can scrape a B.
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thats a crazy story D to an A , similar thing happend to my friend went from a Band 1(F) to a Band 7(A) in computer science just through pure revision in the space of two mock exams. I already crammed for about 4 days straight for computer science so hopefully I can scrape a B.
As long as you answered the questions you can’t go wrong
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