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Has Anyone Else Lost All There Energy To Revise? How Do You Carry On?

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    I'm right near the end of my exams, and I simply have no energy left to revise. This has nothing to do with distractions either, because I had a textbook in front of me and I simply start daydreaming.

    I seem to have lost all my energy. Even the thought of results day doesn't bother me. It's almost like I just don't care anymore. Which isn't at all like me. And other people's motivation would be "it'll pay off in the end"... Well for me, it never really does pay off. I revise a lot. Yet in my exams I will most probably get A/Bs, whereas people on here and a lot of people I know will get higher, therefore my work doesn't pay off. People who work less than me get higher than me. (And then people will say it's your revision technique ect ect, tbh, I have tried a lot of revision techniques I just don't have a good memory that is what it comes down to...)

    It's not that I specifically find my last exams hard, it's more I have no energy left.

    Does anybody have any tips?

    Thanks for reading.

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