GCSE results day: Here’s what to do if your child misses the mark

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GCSE results day: Here’s what to do if your child misses the mark

Postby Mathnasium » Thu Aug 22, 2019 1:45 pm

GCSE results day: Here’s what to do if your child misses the mark
 Today’s the big day and emotions are running very high. We’ve got all our fingers and toes crossed for you and your family, but if things don’t go to plan, don’t despair. Here are our top tips to get you through what could be a highly stressful time and help your child turn their fortunes around.

This year almost all GCSEs were examined in the 9 - 1 style, which are tougher and aimed at challenging even the most academically gifted pupils, so it’s understandable if your child didn’t get the grades they were aiming for.

And it really isn’t too late to do something about it, but whatever you do, make sure you think ahead beyond the sixth form to university applications.

It might seem pre-mature to discuss this now, but most universities take into consideration GCSE as well as A-level results so don’t let your kid’s GCSE results let them down two years down the line. GCSE qualifications really are the foundations of your children’s future study and possibly even employment.

So, if your child misses the mark today, click the link below for our tips to help you get through the coming days, weeks and months:

https://www.mathnasium.co.uk/clapham/ne ... esults-day


 
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