GonnaFailxox
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Just started year 10 and I'm already really stressed out.
All I ever think about is: "im gonna fail my gcses"
"what happens if I don't get full marks in this test"
"urgh I cant do this"
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Enjoy year 10 while it lasts. I would say by the end, have the goal to be solid on everything you are / will be / were unsure of.
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Best advice is to make you Flashcards as you go along is that’s how you revise and always collect revision notes/pack in a organised folder. I’m in year 11 and the fact I did this in year 10 meant I had actually time to revise
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(Original post by GonnaFailxox)
Just started year 10 and I'm already really stressed out.
All I ever think about is: "im gonna fail my gcses"
"what happens if I don't get full marks in this test"
"urgh I cant do this"
Honestly, enjoy your GCSE years while you can. When you reach A-level, you'll wish you could go back.

PS: They don't matter as long as you get onto the courses you want to for year 12. Teachers sell you a lie.
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