There's been a rise in the number of counselling sessions being offered to young people worried about exam results, according to new figures released.
The NSPCC's Childline service took over 360 calls related to exam stress and anxiety in the last year.
AS and A-Level grades published this week and the the charity is encouraging anyone worried to contact them
The NSPCC-service delivered 1,133 counselling sessions to young people worried about exam results in 2016/17 - a rise of 21% over the last two years.
Of these, more than a quarter (28%) took place in August 2016 when GCSE and AS/A-Level results are released.
Figures released today also show a sharp rise in the number of Childline counselling sessions with 16-18 year olds in 2016/17 - up 68%, across the UK, over the last two years.