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I'm slightly worried. I'm getting results for half-term tests tom and I don't want to to badly. I don't want to get lower than my friends, I'm kind of stressing out. I've got another science test coming up.
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Hey, I know its not easy but try and focus on yourself rather than others and acknowledge your own successes not other peoples the only person you should be in competition with is yourself x good luck!
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Hey, I know its not easy but try and focus on yourself rather than others and acknowledge your own successes not other peoples the only person you should be in competition with is yourself x good luck!
I know, but I have always been smarter than them and after an 'average' friend of mine got much higher than me on a practise question, I've been having some doubts. Maybe everyone is becoming smarter? Maybe I'm getting dumber? Or even worse, could it be both?
I don't even know anymore...
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I'm slightly worried. I'm getting results for half-term tests tom and I don't want to to badly. I don't want to get lower than my friends, I'm kind of stressing out. I've got another science test coming up.
Comparing yourself to others is self-sabotage. Everyone learns and progresses at different paces, what they are getting now may not improve at all, where as others could be getting low results but smash it in the end. You will revive what you put in. If you know that you have done everything you can, then there's nothing to worry about.
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Comparing yourself to others is self-sabotage. Everyone learns and progresses at different paces, what they are getting now may not improve at all, where as others could be getting low results but smash it in the end. You will revive what you put in. If you know that you have done everything you can, then there's nothing to worry about.
But what if that isn't enough? What if my 'best' in the worst in the class?
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But what if that isn't enough? What if my 'best' in the worst in the class?
If you know that there is absolutely nothing more you can do then you just have to take it. Talk to your teachers and see what they have to say. Everything happens for a reason. If it's meant to be, it'll be.
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If you know that there is absolutely nothing more you can do then you just have to take it. Talk to your teachers and see what they have to say. Everything happens for a reason. If it's meant to be, it'll be.
I know, but I can't help but feel nervous. Maybe I'm not as smart as I thought I was? I have high expectations, and I would like to get at lest 75%, but what if I don't achieve it? I've refrained from talking too much about the test afterward, because I'm scared that I might say it was easy and get low marks.
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