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Results day is 2 weeks away, and I have nobody that I can celebrate results day with. I didn't make any friends in Sixth Form, my family can't celebrate it and the girl I have a crush on is too paranoid about COVID to even go outside the house.

Not sure what to do. This happened on GCSE results, I did nothing all day.

Anyone else who is also going to be doing absolutely nothing on results day, I guess forge a group and stick together!
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Also love when the wrong forum gets assigned to the thread :P
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(Original post by enigmapr0ject)
Results day is 2 weeks away, and I have nobody that I can celebrate results day with. I didn't make any friends in Sixth Form, my family can't celebrate it and the girl I have a crush on is too paranoid about COVID to even go outside the house.

Not sure what to do. This happened on GCSE results, I did nothing all day.

Anyone else who is also going to be doing absolutely nothing on results day, I guess forge a group and stick together!
You could just do something you enjoy. You don't have to do it with anybody and you could just spend time by yourself.
I'm getting my GCSE results this year and would rather spend the day alone than have to tell my whole family my results.
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Why can't your family celebrate it with you?
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Why can't your family celebrate it with you?
One family member is disabled, and another is at work and cannot get the time off.
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(Original post by enigmapr0ject)
Results day is 2 weeks away, and I have nobody that I can celebrate results day with. I didn't make any friends in Sixth Form, my family can't celebrate it and the girl I have a crush on is too paranoid about COVID to even go outside the house.

Not sure what to do. This happened on GCSE results, I did nothing all day.

Anyone else who is also going to be doing absolutely nothing on results day, I guess forge a group and stick together!
I don't know why this is a big deal.

I didn't do anything for GCSE results day. Not gonna do anything for my BTEC.

I mean, what is the point? It always felt like trying a little to hard to find any reason to celebrate at all. Kinda forced.
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Didn't know people did anything on results day, all I got was a well done from my parents on my GCSEs 😂
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How about you celebrate result day with an online party and invite the rest of TSR? :goodluck: :party2:
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Just try and spend the day doing things you enjoy- watch youtube? Game?

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How about you celebrate result day with an online party and invite the rest of TSR? :goodluck: :party2:
Or you could definitely do this ^ :woo:

Good luck all the same!
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Go out by urself, as daunting as it sounds it’s one of the most fulfilling things to do and definitely boosts ur confidence. Go out to eat or get a picnic or suttin n go to a park n chill, like it’s not by force to be doing something with loads of people - u got this x
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One family member is disabled, and another is at work and cannot get the time off.
In this case, I'd advise to either spend it alone or don't celebrate it at all.
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(Original post by enigmapr0ject)
Results day is 2 weeks away, and I have nobody that I can celebrate results day with. I didn't make any friends in Sixth Form, my family can't celebrate it and the girl I have a crush on is too paranoid about COVID to even go outside the house.

Not sure what to do. This happened on GCSE results, I did nothing all day.

Anyone else who is also going to be doing absolutely nothing on results day, I guess forge a group and stick together!
Hi enigmapr0ject,
As someone who spent their results day night stressing over clearing places, I can promise you it is just another night like any other. If you want to celebrate, the best thing about celebrating on your own is that you get to do exactly what you want, at your own pace- so try and make the most of it in this way, and if you want to celebrate it with others too you could have a belated celebration with them as well, or a little zoom call for those wanting to stay in their house. It really is up to you, I hope you can work something out that allows you to let off some steam as you deserve after working hard for two years.
Lizzy, Student ambassador
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(Original post by londonmyst)
How about you celebrate result day with an online party and invite the rest of TSR? :goodluck: :party2:
Pretty good idea, might do that
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Hi enigmapr0ject,
As someone who spent their results day night stressing over clearing places, I can promise you it is just another night like any other. If you want to celebrate, the best thing about celebrating on your own is that you get to do exactly what you want, at your own pace- so try and make the most of it in this way, and if you want to celebrate it with others too you could have a belated celebration with them as well, or a little zoom call for those wanting to stay in their house. It really is up to you, I hope you can work something out that allows you to let off some steam as you deserve after working hard for two years.
Lizzy, Student ambassador
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I do not remember my results day. It is a very important day and you should be proud of your result but I promise you that the memories you create at university will far outweigh any celebration on the day. Ultimately, your time at university will be the reward of all the work you put into your A-Levels. That said, I hope it is a good day for you and that you get the results you want. Best of luck!
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Why can't your disabled family member celebrate with you at home?

We're a home educating family, and my husband is disabled, so it's just us at home (parents and kids). We're going to be ordering takeaway on GCSE results day, and maybe having a family game evening (VR or board games). Yeah it's nothing massive, but it's a treat.

I don't think I did anything on my own GCSE results day. It's hard to remember the day at all to be honest. I don't even remember the moment I collected my results!
I remember getting in the car with my mam after picking up my results, but I don't think much else happened after that.
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This is going to be me because my dad is going to be having an operation next week and I don't live with my Mum so it'll just be me and my sisters so we'll probably just order a takeaway and watch a horror movie.
I went out on GCSE results day but honestly, it wasn't that exciting and I knew loads of people who just went home after.
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Just to clear up: this will be my A-Level results day; the site put my thread into the wrong category and I cannot change it, apologies!

Thank you everyone for your comments
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