Depression and A-Levels

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Hey guys, I have my A-Levels coming up in a few months, but I feel as if my mental health is pushing me back and then I get anxious that I'm not going to get into my firm uni (I need 3As) and then I can't sleep etc... it is a viscous cycle that I can't seem to escape. Any advice on how to deal and cope with this sort of thing, whilst getting the A-Levels I need to get?
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trust me about 95% of a level students are feeling like this now , me included

if it's getting to a point where its affecting your revision then you should either go see your doctor or talk to your college tutor and/or college Psychiatrist
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hey guys, I have my A-Levels coming up in a few months, but I feel as if my mental health is pushing me back and then I get anxious that I'm not going to get into my firm uni (I need 3As) and then I can't sleep etc... it is a viscous cycle that I can't seem to escape. Any advice on how to deal and cope with this sort of thing, whilst getting the A-Levels I need to get?
Talk to people about it would always be my firmest piece of advice here - talk to your tutors/teachers if you can, but talking to friends or family about how you're feeling and how to cope can be a big help too. If you're finding that it's having a significant impact on your mental health then I'd suggest talking to your GP or school councilor and asking what support they can offer.
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