YouTubers Dropped Some Truth Bombs About Your GCSE Results
25 August 2016, 10:16
Good luck everyone!
So, the time has finally come, it's GCSE results day. Teenagers across the UK have been working for months, maybe even years, for the grades that they will be receiving today and some of our favourite YouTubers have come to the rescue to give them some words of wisdom.
It's difficult to remember that these Internet stars have also been through the nerve-wracking experience of opening their results and whatever the outcome - they've gone on to become happy and successful.
Some were just wishing everyone good luck.
Best of luck to everyone collecting their GCSE results today!! you got this!— Em Ford (@mypaleskinblog) August 25, 2016
Good luck to everyone collecting GCSE results today— Ms Rosie Bea (@Ms_Rosie_Bea) August 25, 2016
Good luck with the GCSC results friends! No matter what you get there will be a #sacconejolys video later :)— J o n a t h a n (@JonathanJoly) August 25, 2016
Best of luck to everyone getting their results today If ya don't get what you expected keep that chin up!! It's all good in the hood— Sean Elliott OConnor (@seanelliottoc) August 25, 2016
If you don't get the GCSE results you were hoping for, it's not the end of the world. If you want something enough, you'll make it work x— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) August 25, 2016
Others were offering their words of wisdom.
Good luck to everyone on #gcseresultsday!— ˗ˏˋ niki ˊˎ˗ (@NikiAlbon) August 25, 2016
If you get the grades you want, congrats
If not, the world will keep spinning
I hope you got the #GCSEResults you wanted today. If not, there's always options & in 10 years time you won't even remember your results.— Hannah Witton (@hannahwitton) August 25, 2016
Whatever letter of the alphabet you get; you're gonna be just fine :) #gcseresults— Becca Rose (@BeccaRoseTweets) August 25, 2016
Best of luck to anyone getting their results today— Mark (@MarkFerris199O) August 25, 2016
As long as you tried ya best, that's all that matters!
Love youuuu .xo
Good luck with your #gcseresults! It might seem like the BIGGEST deal ever now but whatever the outcome you can make your dreams come true— Naomi Victoria (@hinaomivictoria) August 25, 2016
Some were sharing their own experiences.
Also no employer has ever asked me about my GCSE results. It's great to get good grades but a bad grade won't define you #GCSEResults— Calum McSwiggan (@CalumMcSwiggan) August 25, 2016
I only sat two exams (at home) and the rest were my predicted results because my epilepsy and M.E were so severe— Becca Rose (@BeccaRoseTweets) August 25, 2016
And others were just happy to have finally opened their own results.
Let us know in the comments whether you picked up your results today too and in the meantime, check out our latest instalment of SLAY or NAY to catch up with all of this weeks YouTube news.