A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?

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141. Results Day

 

18th August 2017, 17:25, 

Yesterday was A-level results day for all schools across Britain. For me it was my AS results which wouldn't affect uni's just yet but it would determine whether we do next year and what our predicted grades for uni's look like come next year. 

Results days are always scary and for someone who's had them three years in a row now they don't get any easier. I always dread waking up to one of them because the pressure is on. If you don't get what you want or need then you feel crushed. 

I only sat two proper exams this year because the other two subjects only required mocks. I had two exams for each subject so four exams in total for Psychology and Biology. Psychology is what I want to do so I swotted up on that and I felt quite confident coming out of the exams. There were only a few questions which I felt a bit wobbly on. 

I had less time to focus on Biology and I don't think I put in all the attention into it as I needed to. On these exams there were more maths questions which I weren't confident on. My answers were also very different to my friends answers which made me worried. 

Because they were our AS results they got emailed to us instead of us going in to get the dreaded brown envelope. Even so I couldn't sleep and when I woke up I immediately logged on to open the dreaded email. 

An A in psychology and a C in biology. 

You can tell which one I'm pleased with and which one I'm not. 

I'm alright, a bit bummed because I thought I tried my hardest, but that just means that this year I have to put my head down. I'm dropping history in favour of having more time for biology. This just means that instead of having four A-levels with one as back up in case I don't get the grade in the other one, I have three. That means that I have to get the AAA or the AAB required for Psychology at Newcastle University. 

Let's hope I can make the grade next year. One thing is for certain, this next year is going to be stressful, and this time next year when results day rolls around again I am going to be crapping myself. 

K. 

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