It's normal to feel a whole range of things before or after you get your exam results. How you feel is probably related to your expectations, and those of people close to you. There are ways you can deal with the pressure of expectations.
Here are some advice to help you cope with your feelings before, and on, exam results day, and also some practical tips to help ease the stress on the day. We hope this helps.
Waiting for your exam results is stressful, there is no doubt. Here are my tips for keeping that pre-results day anxiety at bay.
Passing or failing these exams makes us feel positively or negatively about ourselves. It affects our confidence. Most of us also worry about how others, especially family and close ones, might react to our results.
While every parent wants their child to do better in life and in exams, they need to understand that not every kid can get perfect scores.
Exam results day is also tough for parents, who want to help their children with exam stress but not always knowing the best way to do this. You might also find the following tips useful.
On exam results day, your child might not have the results they hoped for or needed. Here are some practical steps you can take to support them: Be supportive.