I might not go to my mock exam tomorrow Watch

Kaaiowo
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Okay, so I'm in my final year of sixth form and I'm about to do my mock exams tomorrow.

However, I've been loosing so much sleep lately it's insane. I also have a nasty cold/flu.

This mock exam is too develop our predicted grades (improve or decrease) and state them on our UCAS applications. However, as I am an exception I've already sent my UCAS application early with the predicted grades I've gotten since the last mock I did.

Should I do the mock? Or should I just sleep, because in all honesty I don't think I'll sleep today (due to stress) and do bad on the exam anyway
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I mean I am not in Sixth form I am only in Year 11 but firstly I think you physical and mental health is top priority... also as you said you don't need go as you have already sent off your UCAS application so I think you should just focus on getting yourself better (the cold/flu) and catching up on your sleep and relaxing a bit
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Stay at home and recover you can do the mock in another day if they really want you to do it.
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It's a mock! Stay home imo. You can redo whenever, but let your teachers know ASAP!
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