GCSE results

Results Tomorrow! Good Luck!

What Results show:

  • That you are statistically below/above/average in your year group and that the answers to the questions were suited to how you think and what you revised.
  • You’re suited to classroom learning and exam thinking
  • ?????
  • ???

What Trying/Revision shows:

  • You’re patient 
  • You’re hardworking
  • You pay attention to others and what they are saying
  • You can listen and use advice given to you 
  • You don’t give up easily (Keep going!)
  • You care about your future and about others because your trying to make them happy by not disappointing them. 
  • You’re a sensible, rational person that knows what they have to do
  • You’re not cocky or arrogant because you understand that you can’t just rely on how great you are you have to work at it.
  • You’re prepared to pause what you want to do because other things are more important.
  • You’re confident enough to know you can do it, so don’t stop at hurdle #1
  • You have what it takes to really succeed in the world because you know you have to work towards a goal in order to achieve your dreams instead of just dreaming and waiting.
  • Unlike people who got good grades without revising YOU have the skill set to continue to do better.
  • Maybe you know that exams don’t matter that much but that they are important to unis/family remember so still kept going.

No Matter What’s In That Envelope It Can’t Change Who You Are Or What You Are Capable Of!

Originally posted by creepydarling

How to be kind to yourself this results day ❤

So I have left it a bit late to write this but it being A level (and GCSE and AS level) results day tomorrow in the UK I thought I would make a post about dealing with the nerves and the aftermath of receiving results. I know it is something I and many of my friends struggled with this time 4 years ago (wow I feel old…!), and I definitely could’ve done with some help because I had a difficult couple of days ahead of me. So here are a collection of tips/advice for tomorrow. Some you may find helpful, others not, we are all different! But hopefully you can take something away from this.

  • You can’t change anything now. Your exams are done, and whatever it is going to say on that piece of paper tomorrow is already there. The best thing you can do right now is try to help yourself get through the day and process the results so that you can move on in a productive way.
  • This may feel important, and it is, but it is not the end of the world if it doesn’t go your way this time. You can go to your insurance choice. You can take a gap year and reapply to university next year. You might have to take a different path to achieve your goals, but it is important to remember that there are other paths! And at the end of the day, you can never know what your life would’ve been like - it might be that another path is actually the best path for you! I am not a superstitious person so I am not going to say everything happens for a reason, but sometimes things are beyond your control. Let life take you the way it wants to take you; sometimes it’s easier that way.
  • You are more than your results. You are beautiful and worthy and valid and loved! Think of all of the things in your life apart from your education: family, friends, sports, hobbies etc. All of these things are valuable and good. Yes education is important but it is not all there is to life! Try to be thankful of all of the other things that you have. Make a list if you think it will help you!
  • Your results are not the sum total of the past year. Think about everything you’ve learned and achieved, both academic and personal, over the last 12 months. You are a different person to the one you were at the beginning of this, and that is a good thing! You have grown into a better version of yourself. Be proud of that. Be proud of all of the hours you put in. Even if you feel you could have (or should have) done better, recognise that you were trying your best at the time (even procrastination is a legitimate struggle!). Try to find some love for the version of yourself that made those mistakes. They deserve it!
  • Try to see your results in a balanced way. Maybe you didn’t get that A in Spanish that you were hoping for, but you surpassed your expectation in Chemistry! Whatever your results, I guarantee you there are positives to be taken from them.
  • Failure is valuable and necessary. When I found out that I hadn’t made my offer, I thought I would fall apart. Of course I was devastated. But if I hadn’t failed, I would never have learned how to better myself. Failure helped me to understand how the fear of failure itself was holding me back, and how I could overcome that fear. I would not be the person I am today if I had made my offer, and the struggle and the fight it took to get me back to where I wanted to be showed me how strong I actually was, and how failure was not something I needed to fear anymore. It sounds counter intuitive, but failure helped me to believe in myself, because I know now that I can bounce back.
  • Give yourself time to celebrate/process. Whatever happens tomorrow, please take some time off to be kind to yourself/do something you love! Even if you do have work to do now, it is SO important to deal with any negative emotions you are feeling, and to look after yourself, so that when you do start work again you are in a good frame of mind to do so.

Good luck to everyone! And if anyone needs to vent, my inbox is always open. I am sending so much love your way right now, I hope you can feel it! x x x


Results are out, so I’m officially done with GCSE’s, time to start A levels ! I’m just completing some of my hospital work experience notes so I can refer back to them in the future 😊