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so long story short, I was an A grade student in 2 of my a levels, 1 subject went wrong and I let it get to me leading to schizophrenia which meant I got C/B in English literature, U in Maths and U in Sociology in class. I wasn’t coping at all so i left. I feel like I messed my life up because I couldn’t complete college. Did I mess it up?
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so long story short, I was an A grade student in 2 of my a levels, 1 subject went wrong and I let it get to me leading to schizophrenia which meant I got C/B in English literature, U in Maths and U in Sociology in class. I wasn’t coping at all so i left. I feel like I messed my life up because I couldn’t complete college. Did I mess it up?
Sorry to hear that uh I not go to college yet so sorry I don't know
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So you were expected to be an "A" grade student for two out of your three A Levels. But in the end you only got C/B in English literature and failed both Maths and Sociology? Am I getting this right?
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So you were expected to be an "A" grade student for two out of your three A Levels. But in the end you only got C/B in English literature and failed both Maths and Sociology? Am I getting this right?
before I got schizo I was an A student, now I am a failure. I did not fail the sociology exam but left anyway as i wasn’t grasping concepts and was working at U in class
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if I didn’t get schizo I wouldn’t have fallen out with my friends
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Honestly, you don't need a levels to be successful in life. Some of the richest people in the world don't even have GCSEs. Plz don't give up now, you've got so much more left to give
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Honestly, you don't need a levels to be successful in life. Some of the richest people in the world don't even have GCSEs. Plz don't give up now, you've got so much more left to give
I just feel upset that I haven’t completed any level 3 qualification
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I was rushing 1 A level, it goes wrong and then i let it get to me and everything goes wrong
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you can always restart things in your life, but for now you should prioritise your mental health first. when you’re better, there are many paths where you could go.
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I was rushing 1 A level, it goes wrong and then i let it get to me and everything goes wrong
Don't worry about it,It is not your fault.
Just take it easy.
You can always do your A-levels again when you feel better
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I'm currently doing a levels and finding it really hard, do you have any advice fo
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(Original post by Anonymous)
so long story short, I was an A grade student in 2 of my a levels, 1 subject went wrong and I let it get to me leading to schizophrenia which meant I got C/B in English literature, U in Maths and U in Sociology in class. I wasn’t coping at all so i left. I feel like I messed my life up because I couldn’t complete college. Did I mess it up?
Instead of giving up entirely, try and fix things as best you can. Youve got some options. 1 would be to redo the year and start revising early so you're not under as much pressure. 2 With your a levels what would you have studied at uni for which job/ can you get that job without a-levels? You could apply for an apprenticeship in the same field.
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