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anando
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so where does this hidden come from?
mine comes from the additional science exam i did. got 79/100
1 of an A :mad: thats why i revise and try my best.
also physics unit 1 84/100 A 6 of an A* :mad: JUST 6 MORE MARKS GOD
so this is how i motivate myself. how do u motivate yourself?
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(Original post by anando)
so where does this hidden come from?
mine comes from the additional science exam i did. got 79/100
1 of an A :mad: thats why i revise and try my best.
also physics unit 1 84/100 A 6 of an A* :mad: JUST 6 MORE MARKS GOD
so this is how i motivate myself. how do u motivate yourself?
There is this school that I really want to get into for sixth form... this really motivates me
I think setting goals are important...
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Just keep positive all the time and talk to your self saying in your mind " I can do it." Trust me the main way to succeed in an exam is to be confident always.
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keep positive and imagine your reuslt sheet in August with loads of A*s. whenever i think about that, i feel happy and so i will try and work harder in order to get IT
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stick a piece of paper up on the wall infront of me

"Kings: AAA or your f*cked for life!"
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I basically think of how me sacrificing a few hours of my time revising pays off.
Once I've got the grades I want, I'll be able to chill out and relax - so it'll be worthwhile buckling down now.

If you don't believe in yourself, you won't get anywhere.
Don't be discouraged, I'm sorry - but even naturally intelligent people have their limits.
When it comes down to it - revision is the only way you'll be able to know what you're doing.

I was also 6 marks off an A* in physics unit 2, I wasn't too put off since I'm not taking it as an A Level. xD
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when i finish an exam and i know i've done well it makes me sooooo happy i literally get high this awesome feeling of success - best motivation
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(Original post by Boomka)
when i finish an exam and i know i've done well it makes me sooooo happy i literally get high this awesome feeling of success - best motivation
That's how I felt today after B3.
It's awesome. xD
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I think about what the grades will mean to me. Your GCSEs/A levels will stay with you forever, so that motivates me to do well. Similarly I think about results day and think how I will feel if i get bad grades.

Other than that I look forward to the summer, think to myself, for 2 hard weeks of work now I'll have 2months of amazing fun in the summer.

On that note I suppose I should get back to revision! haha
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How important is academic success to you? how applicable is it to your future aspirations?

Consider your life 5 or 10 years down the track, how influential would academic success be to you? does your career preferences depend on good grades? can you be certain of financial security? how can you provide for your future partner and children without formal education?

These are questions I always consider before intense study for tests, examinations and assesments.


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i motivate myself by thinking that if i do well in my GCSEs then ill do well in my A-Levels and then ill get into a good university and get to do the job i want to do.
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