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Results day: How to stay positive and move forward

Worried about your exam results? Good Thinking provides some practical tips to help teenagers across London.

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Hopefully you’re enjoying the break from your studies and having a fantastic summer! But you might also be wondering how you’ve done in your GCSEs, A Levels, AS Levels or Vocational Technical Qualifications (VTQs) and feeling nervous, anxious, upset or down ahead of results day. 

This kind of stressful situation can result in various physical and psychological symptoms, including having racing thoughts, losing your appetite, experiencing aches and pains, not being able to concentrate and having trouble sleeping. 

To help you cope with the stress of results day and get ready for the next chapter, the Good Thinking team has put together these tips and provided links to other useful resources.

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