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Exams

Talking about exam results

We asked young people in Hertfordshire for their Top 10 tips for parents and carers in talking about exam results this summer…

They said:

1. Please don’t compare our results to those our brothers or sisters got

2. Even if we didn’t try hard enough we still need to know it’s going to be OK

Worried about exam results?

With exam results looming, your stress levels may be rising.

Hertfordshire GPs are recommending that young people feeling anxious log on for free online counselling and support.

We all worry a little, but if you’re worried and it’s making you feel unwell, you might need some emotional wellbeing support.

Feeling exam stress? There’s lots of help and support

If you’re struggling with the way revision and exams are making you feel, there’s lots of free help and support on offer.

There are plenty of websites offering advice about revision timetables and having a good breakfast on exam day, but if you’re worried and it’s making you feel unwell, you might need some emotional wellbeing support.

Exam results worry? Free online support now in Hertfordshire

The front page of kooth.com

With exam results just a few days away and stress levels rising, Hertfordshire’s GPs are recommending that young people feeling anxious log on for free online counselling and support at Kooth.com.

Anyone aged between 10 and 25 and registered with a Hertfordshire GP surgery can sign up anonymously and have an online chat with a fully-trained therapist. Counsellors can help with lots of different problems, including exam-related stress, family problems, eating disorders, loneliness, bullying, anxiety and depression.

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