The Results Are In


Today was GCSE results day! Today people were hoping for the grades that would get them into sixth form/college/work/an apprenticeship. Today made me think way past college, which is rare because I couldn't even think about college at all, until a few months ago.

Today has made me think about what I want my life to be like, and what I want from it.
Most of the time, education plays a big role in how good an occupation someone has; how much money they earn, and their quality of life due to this. Sometimes it doesn't. In no way am I disappointed with the grades I achieved, in fact for once I am proud and happy with myself for doing well. But after receiving 11 letters which apparently decide how well I do in life, I'm not thinking about how easily I will get into college or what I'll do when I'm there. I'm now left inquisitive about my future after that; what I can do without those 11 CAPITAL letters, or what I can do with them. (If that makes no sense to you, don't worry about it, I'm not 100% sure of what I'm thinking at the moment either). I currently have no clue of what I want to do with my life, but maybe now I can start figuring that out.

What plans do you have for your life? What would you love to do? 

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  1. I just got my alevel results! (A*AB) which I was OK with. I've known since I was very little I've always wanted to be an author so it's been easy for me to decide. I'm off to Uni soon to do English Lit. 6th form was literally the best two years of my life and i really hope you enjoy college. The advice I would give is that Alevels are very hard work, so don't under-prepare even in year12!

    1. Congratulations on your A level results, they're amazing! I'd have loved to of known from a young age what I wanted to do, but I'm sure I'll get there soon enough! It's great that you're off to uni, knowing what you want in the future!I wish you the best of luck! I'm looking forward to college so much and am hoping it's going to be a great two years! I'm definitely going to keep on top of my A levels, thank you for the advice and the comment!


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