Don't worry.....be happy!
It's not the end of the world.
Only you know why you did so bad on that exam. But I would guess that you didn't spend enough time studying and doing review questions.
Whatever the problem is, it should be an easy fix for your next exam, right?
If you've tried your best then don't let it get to you. It's not the end of the world. Stop thinking about the bad mark on your exam otherwise it will only get you down and make you feel like you've failed.
Well, you just have to keep on chugging along. Dont let anything steer you away from your goals. Go party maybe?
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