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Shaun Wallace has issued heartfelt advice to students today, after teens across the country nervously opened up their A-Level results.
The Chase star, 63, admitted he had felt “disappointment” back when he received his own results, and was reduced to “tears”.
He took to Twitter to share an uplifting message to his followers, as he stood in front of a gate wearing a cream t-shirt and some casual blue jeans.
In his sweet video message to his 90,000 followers, he said: “You learn more from failure than by success.
“Don’t let it stop you.”
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He added: “Failure breeds character.”
He captioned the video: “It’s a tough day for many today, not achieving the #Alevel results you hoped for.
“I had my own disappointment and was in tears when I got my results. Now, the only thing that brings me to tears are Brad’s jokes.
“You learn more from #failure than by succeeding, trust me.”
Fans turned to the comment section to share their own advice to A-Level students.
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“Wise words. I failed my A levels and still got a BSc and Msc and have had a really enjoyable career. We all have a few hiccups, and it makes us stronger,” said one follower.
“I know of a person (not me) who didn’t do well at A levels but perceived at getting into Uni. Finally being accepted after a face to face interview. Being determined to be the best this person went onto a 1st class honours in BSc, MSc and an MBA and doing exceptionally well,” said a second.
While another follower chimed in adding: “Thanks for this @TheShaunWallace – important day for many, happiness for many but devastating for others. Hold your kids close to you today and talk it through. #SuicidePrevention #alevelresults2023 #MentalHealthAwareness.”
Shaun was also recently applauded on social media as he corrected Richard Madeley on human migration following his appearance on Good Morning Britain earlier this week.
Richard and his co-host Kate Garraway were hosting the show on Wednesday while Shaun made a guest appearance discussing the latest newspaper headlines.
As the conversation led to asylum seekers attempting to enter the UK, Richard gave a controversial take suggesting that migrants had the help of “bent” lawyers who would “coach” them to lie in order to come to UK shores.
However, Shaun, who is a qualified barrister, quickly corrected the presenter, highlighting the number of lawyers who partake in such activity is very small.
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