The following tips may be helpful;
Do not compare
Most parents never realize how harmful it is asking their children about their classmates’ performance. Comparing your child’s results to that of their friends is tempting, but I highly discourage it. Please avoid because it may only make your child doubt their worth, especially if their performance was lower.
Encourage them to avoid panic
Always remind your child that a lower score is not the end of everything. Keep reminding them of the great opportunities in life that are yet to come. You can also offer them alternative ways of achieving what they want to achieve.
Celebrate their hard work and success
Simply getting to finish the exams requires celebration. Celebrate your child’s effort in getting to year 12 and completing the course. Again, do not forget that whatever score they attain does not determine their lifetime success, continue supporting them morally, psychologically, and emotionally depending on the outcome.