Students across the country are receiving their 2021 GCSE results today, and many good luck texts and well wishes will be in order.
Teenagers across England, Wales and Northern Ireland will receive their GCSE results on 12 August.
Thousands of young people will have many successes tearing up envelopes containing their GCSE results today, so you may want to send a congratulatory message to people you know letting them know you’re thinking of them. In addition to those who are successful in the exam, some will be disappointed. Here are a few inspiring words of wisdom to remind you that if you want something badly enough, disappointing grades won’t stop you from reaching your goals.
Well done! May your future be filled with many more great achievements like this.
Congratulations on passing the GCSE exam. May you keep achieving such remarkable success.
“Congrats on your achievement, You made us so proud, You have proved your worth, You are truly out of the crowd!”
“Congratulations! You’ve run the course and passed the exams! There are no secret of success. It is the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure. Well done!”
“A lot of people would like to move mountains, but few of them are willing to practice on small hills. Congratulations on completing this first stage of your future career!”
“Success is connected with action. Successful people keep moving. You can make mistake, but don’t quit! I wish you happy beginnings to the start of a new chapter in life.”
You’ve run the course and passed the exams! There are no secret of success. It is the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure. Well done!”
A huge congratulations on your fantastic GCSE results!!! All your hard work certainly paid off and we are so so proud of you darling! Love you millions
Congratulations to our super-intelligent daughter who obviously inherited her brains from her Mother. We are so proud of your excellent GCSE results.
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” (Walt Disney)
“Success is doing what you plan to do whatever the results.” (John Watson)
“To achieve great things you have first to believe it.” (Arsene Wenger, football manager)
“One’s best success comes after their greatest disappointments.” (Henry Ward Beecher, abolitionist)
“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly” (Robert F Kennedy, American politician)