Well i got my GCSE's results today. And i am pleased with the fact i got 2 A's in my english lit and lang, and A in my dance and RE, a B in art - which is expected since all i did was photography in my second year- and two C's in both sciences. The looming problem is that i got a D in maths so i have to resist it when i go back to school. I am hoping to do the test again in November but before then i have to go to classes to catch up and so forth. The irritating part is nearly all my friends have got C or above so don't have to re-sit and i am waiting for only one to see if she has or not. If she has got a C or more, then i am going to be alone till i see who is in the class later on.
It is such a drag though as i was actually really looking forward going back to school to start my a levels and getting into them as they all coursework/project mainly subjects. Now i have the bonus of maths hanging in the air and the worst part was i thought i did quite well on the exam. I'm thinking to myself where did i go wrong, how could i improve but i am just adding more worry. I just hate how maths has to be so clinical. Yes that can be a good thing as it makes it more simpler to re-sit on, but i wish i could get into and explore like i can with my other subjects. I should be happy with my other results as i have 4 A's which i am pleased and surprised with, but the maths is a puncture