GCSE results day 2015 is looming and the stress is building! Here’s seven ways to help yourself relax and get prepared for this year’s results.
The GCSE results day for 2015 is Thursday 20th August 2015 and if you’re anxiously counting down the days here’s what you can do about it…
Avoid worrying and try to sleep
We know it’s easy to say but try to your best to get some sleep! It’s the best way to get yourself relaxed, pass the time and de-stress. A good night’s sleep will also help prepare and ready you for the next morning when you go to collect your results.
Hit the treadmill and do some exercise
If you can’t sleep, try a bit of exercise to pass the time and relive some stress. It’ll help take your mind off things and probably help you feel tired if you’re not doing so already!
Prepare yourself for results day
Spend some time preparing for the next day: Check what time your results will be available, where you can pick them up and how you’re going to get there. Outside of school term time buses and similar may not be running or have different timetables so make arrangements to collect your results.
Talk to your friends
If you’re still stressing out a bit then chat to your friends: Chances are they’ll be having similar feelings and frets so you won’t feel so alone. You’ll also find that time goes so much more faster when you’re passing it with others!
If friends fail then turn to family, you probably have at least one member who’s been through it all before.
Think positive and remember it’s not the end of the world
Just remember that whatever happens a failed GCSE isn’t the end of the world at all. Most colleges will give you the chance to retake it alongside your AS levels so you won’t be setback. Think positive as you’ve almost certainly done a lot better than you may fear.
But make a backup plan
But make sure you always have a Plan B. Even if you’re totally cool about your GCSE results and reckon it’ll be A*s across the board EVERYONE should have a back up. It’ll keep your relaxed when you collect your results and avoid total panic setting in if they’re not what you hoped for. There are plenty of options available from remarking papers to resitting whole exams.
Whatever the outcome of your results be sure to CELEBRATE! It’s been a long hard slog so go out, enjoy the summer, relax and have fun. You won’t have long before its off to college to start on your A Levels.