Feeling lost after gcse cancellations

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Always felt like GCSE's were meant to be my turning point but ever since they've now got cancelled and I did not do as well as I wanted in my mock, I feel like I don't really know where to go from here and was counting on getting good grades at GCSE to finally be satisfied, any advice?
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Always felt like GCSE's were meant to be my turning point but ever since they've now got cancelled and I did not do as well as I wanted in my mock, I feel like I don't really know where to go from here and was counting on getting good grades at GCSE to finally be satisfied, any advice?
I think most people had felt like that. Many people in my school were really upset as they didn't try hard during the mocks as they thought it didn’t really matter. I was hoping to be sitting my GCSES as my mocks were really bad
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I think most people had felt like that. Many people in my school were really upset as they didn't try hard during the mocks as they thought it didn’t really matter. I was hoping to be sitting my GCSES as my mocks
are you thinking of doing September resits?
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Always felt like GCSE's were meant to be my turning point but ever since they've now got cancelled and I did not do as well as I wanted in my mock, I feel like I don't really know where to go from here and was counting on getting good grades at GCSE to finally be satisfied, any advice?
There will probably be a chance at some point to retake your GCSEs if you are not happy with the results the exam board decide for you. I can’t imagine how difficult this must be for you, you have my sympathy. But in all things there is a lesson, you should always put 100% effort into everything, even if it just a practise.
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Same here man, I'm genuinely gutted. I guess all we can do is try to keep up with work being set to us online (although I don't see how we can be expected to be in the right mindset to work at this point), to achieve some sense of fulfillment when you finish the courses and perhaps prepare for any gcses you are sure you're going to have to take in september. This is a truly difficult time, my heart goes out to everyone

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Always felt like GCSE's were meant to be my turning point but ever since they've now got cancelled and I did not do as well as I wanted in my mock, I feel like I don't really know where to go from here and was counting on getting good grades at GCSE to finally be satisfied, any advice?
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I relate to this man and I sympathise with you, if the resits are in September I wander how that is gonna work out in accordance with A Levels and stuff. It's weird how 1 week changed everything, couldn't say goodbye to anymore from school properly now I doubt I'll get into the sixth form.
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I relate to this man and I sympathise with you, if the resits are in September I wander how that is gonna work out in accordance with A Levels and stuff. It's weird how 1 week changed everything, couldn't say goodbye to anymore from school properly now I doubt I'll get into the sixth form.
Schools are in competition with lots of colleges now, I’m sure they will try their best to get you into their sixth form, nothing to worry about I know this because my school is very strict but there are people in my sixth form who literally don’t care about their future. They want good statistics, if you were a hard working student for them during GCSEs you’re pretty much guaranteed a spot.
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