‘Significantly harder than before’: GCSE students collect results

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‘Significantly harder than before’: GCSE students collect results
‘Significantly harder than before’: GCSE students collect results
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Actor and comedian Stephen Fry, 61 (right), offered wise words for students feeling stressed and pressured after receiving their GCSE results. In a interview with BBC Breakfast, on Thursday (left), he revealed: ‘I get very upset when I see how stressed children are sometimes by exams, the pressure that’s put on them, either by themselves, by their mates or by their teachers or parents.’ He admitted he did ‘miserably’ with his GCSE (known as O-levels at the time) and that the scores ‘never really matter’. He said: ‘What matters is what kind of person you are, curiosity, staying alert and interested, there is always another chance and I would always rather be an unqualified success than a qualified success.’

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