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5th June 1998 at 01:00
Teenagers who are more concerned about the World Cup than their GCSEs may score surprisingly well. According to psychologist Nicky Hayes, children who focus their anxiety on England or Scotland's performance rather than their own will relax better in the exam room. However, there will be no escape from education even on the football field as an alarmingly high proportion of France '98 referees are teachers. News, 3,6

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