Anonymous whispered, "Dear agony aunt, I am a teenage girl in the middle of her GCSE's. So far I am failing every one of my classes and have failed some of my exams already. I am scared about being a failure and failing at my education, ending up with no job and no money. Can you give me an option to take if I fail my GCSE'S and also can you please give me some advice?"

Being from Australia, i really do not understand how GCSE’S work. In Australia we have a different education system, so if you’re asking me what you can do education wise, i’m sorry, but i’m not sure what the next best step is to take. I think it would be a wise decision to go and talk with a trusted teacher and discuss your options. As for the failing part, do you know why you are failing? Is something in your personal life affecting your school work? Or are you just generally struggling? Without knowing these things it’s hard to know what particular advice i should give you. But remember, you are NOT a failure, you are just struggling. And that’s okay, everyone struggles with school at some point. You just need to believe in yourself though to keep going; you can do anything you set your mind too. By trying different study habits, you could improve your results. Even if that means studying after school and all weekened (with breaks of course) the more you put in, the more you will get out. Remember that. For now, i think it’s best to talk to your teachers; they’ll know what the best move for you to make is, education wise.

Sorry for the later reply, i hope it all goes well

Agony Aunt x

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I’ve finally answered all your private messages, so if you messaged me check your inbox! I’m currently not doing anything, so i’m free to give ANY advice right now! 

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Anonymous whispered, "yea okay so when one direction were in australia one of the australian radio stations got louis friend/cousing or something on with them and he said taht before x-factor louis promounced his name like lew-is but he had to change it for xfactor to loo-ee. Is this true? like did he actually changed how he spelt/pronounced his name? sorry if this is confusing xx thank you"

This is what i heard: Before Louis entered the xfactor his name was spelt and pronounced ‘Lou-ee’ but as a lot of people always pronounced it wrong, he just let everyone call him ‘Lewis’; But when he entered xfactor, obviously he didn’t want people mis-pronouncing his name, so he made sure everyone pronounced it ‘Lou-ee’

though if this is wrong, anyone feel free to correct me!

Agony Aunt x

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