How shall I tell my Very highly educated parents that I failed an exam?

I am in the 11th grade and I failed an extremely important chemistry exam at school.I had recieved a GPA of 9 and 9.6,9.8,10 in my previous year.

My friends have passed with very high marks, they are all toppers like I was, until this term.

My parents had sent me to a very expensive(crazy expensive) tutorial since the beginning of the year and now I've failed. The problem was,that the course covered there was entirely different from school. They are preparing us for competetive exams...

I never wanted to opt for science, maths in 11th. But my parents and teachers said I have the brains for it even though I protested wailing.

I only opted for it depending on math. I hate every bloody thing related to science...but everyone said I have aptitude for it.

I know I won't get good marks in physics either.

My parents and my younger sister are all toppers.

I haven't told my mom yet...She threatened me for life,the other day when I got bad marks in a small test.She hates me because I coudn't get gpa 10 in all the subjects last year! Ditto with Dad!

But I don't know how to say I've failed...

How to say that to her?

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  • 9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Tell 'em somethng

    there's something you

    want to tell them. They

    should be in the same

    room in the evening,

    then tell them the honest

    truth. Your parents

    should nt be so hard on

    you, they should be

    supportive... It is not

    going to be easy, and

    you will it inside you

    wen the opportunity to

    tell them present itself.

    Goodluck xoxo

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    If I was you I'll first remind them of how I never wanted to take science and I'll tell them the truth. It's kinda their fault. They shouldn't have forced you to study something you hate.

    Good luck and I wish you all the best with your studies

  • Faye
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    Don't tell them

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