Ah, exam results day. One of *the* most stressful situations we all face at some point or other. All those energy drink-fuelled revision sessions and boring af biology lessons have been leading up to this and it sort of feels like the beginning or end of life as you know it.
The thing is, though, whether you do as well as you wanted or didn't quite get the grades, this is not the end (can't help but slip in a One Direction reference.) Yeah, your mates with all the As might've done well for themselves; but what matters is your grades don't define you or your future.
Something Perrie Edwards off of Little Mix can vouch for.
Chatting to us t'other day, Perrie said: "I can relate. I remember being so stressed and anxious about getting my results, but I told myself 'I've tried my best, I did the best I could and whatever happens I can say I tried. My mam was very supportive as well, which was amazing.
"I did quite well, but I failed maths. I tried really hard, I had extra maths lessons and didn't have a break in the morning when my friends did. I did maths instead. I did try, but you can only do your best and if that's not good enough you can try again.
"You can go to classes at night and resit it. You can always get a second chance and try again."
So there you go. Pez is doing alright for herself despite failing maths, isn't she? HOORAH.