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Advice for parents and carers about the stress of exam results

If someone in your family is getting their GCSE, A Level, AS Level, T Level or VTQ results soon, they might be feeling anxious and stressed. So, how can you help them to stay calm in the run-up to results day and deal with what happens afterwards?

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Good Thinking is here to support young Londoners and boost their mental health throughout the year. Our team has created the tips below to help parents and carers at exam results time. You might also like to download the free Combined Minds app, which can help you to support your child and build their resilience, and check out the tips in our quick guide to looking out for children and young people.

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