Exam boards have caused a Twitter storm after releasing grade boundaries ahead of GCSE results day tomorrow.
Teenagers have flocked to social media in a panic over boundaries published to help school exam officers today.
It began when exam boards, including OCR and AQA, uploaded the boundaries online this morning.
Although students will not be able to tell how many marks they have got on a paper from the release, many are fearful that the boundaries are too high:
We were all scared of the grade boundaries last year and they were literally nothing to be worried about!!!— kelsey (@xkelslouise_) August 24, 2016
These Maths grade boundaries are making me feel a bit ill pic.twitter.com/HE4on3tsRc— will (@willhayesss) August 24, 2016
With some reminiscing about some of the harder exam papers that came up this summer - including AQA's biology paper which asked students about independent shops and teenage drinking.
After seeing the grade boundaries, I think aqa predicted the future with drunk teenagers in b1 paper, drown my sorrows #GCSEResults2016— Phoebe (@phoebesammie) August 24, 2016
GCSE results tomorrow will tell them if they were right to be worried.