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Children's charity offers advice on how to help young people cope with exam results stress

As exam results day approaches Sarah Lambley, community fundraising manager for NSPCC Cambridgeshire discusses methods and solutions in helping young people during this stressful time.

"It has been revealed this week that Childline recorded a total of 1,414 counselling sessions in 2018/19 regarding exam result stress, this has increased by 50 per cent since 2014/15.

"A fifth of counselling sessions of this nature take place in August. The run up to this time can be daunting and to some – horrifying, the aftermath and dread of results day is often overlooked once the pen has been put down.

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