I'm worried about almost everything academic-related, as I'm entering my final year of secondary school. University applications are coming up and predicted grades are being finalised. In terms of subjects, I'm most worried about my three IB higher-level subjects, especially maths.
Joy Pamnani, 15, Po Leung Kuk Ngan Po Ling College
To be honest, I'm not looking forward to the new school year at all! I'm starting Form Four and the pressure is already on - I'll have more homework, tougher examinations and extra tutorial lessons.
Alex Chan Yiu-fai, 17, University College London
As a student heading to university, I'm most worried about finding the correct balance between my social life and studies. Everything's back to square one, meaning I'll need to re-establish social links in the new environment. I'll also have to get used to working hard and coping with the academic expectations. Balancing everything will be challenging.
Minal Daswani, 17, Island School
I'm worried about not being able to lift my predicted grades and get into the university I want to. I'm also worried about not being able to manage the workload in the new school year.
Coco Ma Hiu-lam, 16, St Paul's Co-educational College
This will be my first year of the IB exams and I am going to need to prepare a lot and be ready for the different challenges ahead. I've heard from my friends that IB is really difficult and complicated, and that I won't have enough time to rest. So I'm worried about my time management. I tend to put off doing things, so I'm scared I won't be able to meet my deadlines.
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