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Videos like this could sort of help.
It really does, especially some documentaries on a particular topic you're interested

Right now I keep saying to myself "Just one more year until I leave this ****" as a way to motivate myself (my sixth form is quite boring).
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What subjects are you doing?
triple science, English lang and lit, maths, business, dance, geography, german and tp, all higher too. cbaaaaaa
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what are you doing, like gcse, A level?
A Level. I need an A as well; I should get that but it won't be down to her teaching! I make notes and I'm going to revise a lot, just feels like the lessons are a waste of time and demotivate me for the rest of the day.

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Can't remember the last time I had any motivation :sigh:
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(Original post by chocolatesauce)
triple science, English lang and lit, maths, business, dance, geography, german and tp, all higher too. cbaaaaaa
You might as well focus on spending 2 weeks revising for 2 of those subject, and doing loads of past papers.

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A Level. I need an A as well; I should get that but it won't be down to her teaching! I make notes and I'm going to revise a lot, just feels like the lessons are a waste of time and demotivate me for the rest of the day.

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My teacher started teaching things beyond the syllabus -.- I usually spend my time doing topic based questions, and making bullet points of the correct answers to ensure I remember key points to make on those questions. I'd suggest not spending way too much time making and reading your notes.

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Can't remember the last time I had any motivation :sigh:
But all your posts are full of cheerfulness. Don't tell me you have been trolling me
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My teacher started teaching things beyond the syllabus -.- I usually spend my time doing topic based questions, and making bullet points of the correct answers to ensure I remember key points to make on those questions. I'd suggest not spending way too much time making and reading your notes.
I swear ours is just going senile...
We get a booklet of past paper questions for each topic, which is good, so I sort of make revision notes and then answer questions on that section, but not done any in a while.

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I swear ours is just going senile...
We get a booklet of past paper questions for each topic, which is good, so I sort of make revision notes and then answer questions on that section, but not done any in a while.

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What about YouTube videos?
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Yeah man. Skived my Geology lesson today as well. Life goes on man.
#MotivationalSpeechOfTheYear
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(Original post by kkboyk)
It really does, especially some documentaries on a particular topic you're interested

Right now I keep saying to myself "Just one more year until I leave this ****" as a way to motivate myself (my sixth form is quite boring).
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If you don't make the grade,the grade will make you.
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If you don't make the grade,the grade will make you.
I ain't turning into a letter!! :eek:
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i have to revise all of additional and go over core AND finish c3 part 2 and p3 part 2.
i come home every day and start off well and then i just get distracted or bored. i start googling "how important are gcse's?" or "can i get into UCL with mediocre gcse's?"
Most unis require at least a pass in your core subjects and the subject you intend to study. Some 'higher' unis may even require an A. For eg Bath requires an A in maths GCSE to study Psychology.

GCSEs are important but don't stress too much over them, the best thing to do is practice past papers (seriously, that's what I based my revision on and got really good grades)

I think GCSEs are mostly important for building up and getting used to working, something you'll really need for A levels.
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What about YouTube videos?
I'd forgotten about them I'll have to have a look for some good ones.

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Demotivated with my life yes

I'm not even in education and I am just demotivated to do anything.
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I have a report, an assignment, a portfolio, law exam, 2 hour accounting exam and work. So my life is a shambles and I'm procrastinating way too much. I need some motivation ASAP!
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This video is for those of you that lack motivation

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(Original post by boods8897)
I'd forgotten about them I'll have to have a look for some good ones.

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If you tell me your exam board, I can PM you some playlist and videos that I've got

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Demotivated with my life yes

I'm not even in education and I am just demotivated to do anything.
Though I'm currently demotivated with life, in the past I used to join random clubs like taekwondo for a few months, and then join a different one just to spice life a bit

(Original post by MissLalaxx)
I have a report, an assignment, a portfolio, law exam, 2 hour accounting exam and work. So my life is a shambles and I'm procrastinating way too much. I need some motivation ASAP!
Why not glorify a few lawyers and do some role play?
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Uni work is getting too much for me. I always feel inadequate and my low self-esteem and confidence keeps making me think I'm not good enough to do anything compared to everyone else. Some days I think what's the point? Yesterday was one of those days.
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Feel a bit demotivated/fed up from thinking about my future and how scared I am about attending a work place for the first time.
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If you tell me your exam board, I can PM you some playlist and videos that I've got
AQA



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