1) THE first step to overcoming disappointment is to admit you’re disappointed.Burying your disappointment or pretending you don’t care that you didn’t achieve good GCSEs isn’t make the pain of disappointment go away.
2) ALTHOUGH the pain of any disappointment can often make us feel weak and powerless. Never forget that you have girl power in you to overcome the pain of any disappointment in life, including your GSCEs .
3) DON’T throw your career goal in the bin because you didn’t achieve the GCSEs grades you wanted. Nowadays there’s more than one way into most careers. Do hours and hours of research, talk to your family, talk to your friends, find a career adviser and discuss your options. Make a career plan. Be fierce and fight for the career you want.Go and make it happen!
4) AVOID focusing on the disappointing exam result/s for too long. It’s not helpful or healthy to get stuck in the pain of disappointment. What’s done is done. The sooner you get moving and planning your future career the better. “If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
5) .”SOMETIMES it can be very difficult to predict the outcome of your exams, whether you be in secondary school or even university… Failing your exams can be one of the most devastating experiences for a student, especially when they were not expecting to fail their exams…You should never let exam failure force you into believing that you now can’t achieve any of your dreams. Sure, some things will be harder to reach, but that doesn’t make them unreachable. Failing exams doesn’t make you any less of a person, any less intelligent, or any less able to achieve what you want to, than those who may have gotten better results in their exams than you.” Ananya Middleton-Rao
6) You must make a decision that you are going to move on. It won’t happen automatically. You have to rise up and say ’ I don’t care how hard this is, I don’t care how disappointed I am, I’m not gonna let this get the best of me, I’m moving on with my life’ Joel Osteen