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If you’ve completed your alevels this year, then you’ll know that tomorrow is A Level Results Day. If you’re unfamiliar with what “results day” is, it’s a day in the United Kingdom where everyone who completed exams a couple months ago get their results. Tomorrow is for A-levels which is examinations that people do after GCSE’s to get into university (alongside BTECS).
I’m collecting results tomorrow and honestly if I said I wasn’t shitting myself, I’d be a liar. I’m so scared because I worked my ass off all year round to better the grades I got last year but in all honesty, I don’t think it’s going to show. You never know though, I may shine.
That’s the thing about results day, it’s so far in the future from when you actually finish your exams so overthinking starts. I left college on the day of my last exam full of excitement and happiness because I knew I worked so bloody hard and I knew it would show in my final grades. A week or two into leaving college, I started getting a little anxious about whether I actually did good. And that takes me to now, fully shitting myself (not literally, English figure of speech)
I just want to say that if you’re in the same position as me, don’t worry about tomorrow. I know saying don’t worry is such a problematic statement because fucking hell, I’m gonna worry. BUT what I mean is, you can’t change what you did a few months ago now so why worry about it?
Like, you worked your ass off in those exams and now the time has gone for you to see how much your hard work has paid off. And if by the rare chance, the results aren’t showing the effort you put in – results aren’t the end of the world and you can still do everything you want to do in this world.
Relax. Calm down. Don’t think too much. Whatever happens happens.