16 videos to help you cope on August 16th (A level Results Day) 💞 Watch
Compilation of best results reaction videos: https://youtu.be/hg2rkQUHwZ8
Good luck, I hope it goes well for you and please be happy regardless, you finished your A levels! You did it! ❤️ (Only 2 days and 20 hours to go people!)
Good luck! May the odds be ever in your favour 💘💘💘
1. Go out with your friends/family whether it’s a walk, shopping, a meal out etc
2. Read your favourite books or magazines / comics / novels
3. Listen to your favourite songs and create a playlist for the big day
4. Make sure you’ve got everything ie your phone, clearing numbers, firm and insurance numbers etc, UCAS number and password
5. Try not to talk about it to other friends or family as this will increase your stress
6. Take deep breathes and download meditation apps like Calm, headspace , exam stress
7. Listen to relaxing videos like ASMR
8. Don’t think about what you did in those exams as you can’t change them. Look forward not back
(Tips for when you’re at your school receiving your results 👇)
9. Try not to look so nervous, you’ve got this 🙌 just walk and act normally and don’t be so shy
10. Whatever the results are calm down, stay down and take a deep breathe
11. If you feel as though your papers have been marked incorrectly tell a teacher straight away and you can get your papers remarked
12. Remember they’re grades - letters on a piece of paper. They DON’T define you 💖
13. Ignore your parents reactions or other students reactions whether their positive or negative - focus on YOU
14. If you end up crying don’t be self conscious or feel embarrassed. There’s students who will be and the teachers are trained to deal with this.
15. Go out and celebrate anyways! Go to nando’s or go shopping or go for a walk or the cinema! Be happy you’ve finished your 2 years of A levels!
16. I hope you’re proud of yourself regardless. You shouldn’t let your A level grades define you 💖 Stay strong, it’s only a setback and you’ll get to where you want to be in life 👏
Please DO NOT ask other students what their results are. Not only can it come across as condescending if you’re celebrating and screaming with your 3 A*s-As but it’s their results and they are not obliged to share it with you.