I thought I'd tried really hard on my geography exam in January; I find geography a pretty easy subject on the whole. Yesterday I got my grade back... C. I'm very disappointed and I will re-sit the exam next year .
Well the problem is this... I'm really struggling to find any motivation to revise or concentrate in any of my lessons. I find the teachers boring and they don't encourage me. It's not that I'm unintelligent or incapable, it's more that I just cannot be bothered!
I realise that loads of people my age get like this; exhaustion from revision and such like, but I just need something to motivate me. Any suggestions will be appreciated!
P.S - I'm new, so sorry if this thread is totally irrelevant to the site as I'm not entirely sure what to do!
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- Thread Starter
- 16-03-2011 18:02
- 16-03-2011 18:55
gcse, a-level or degree? bit confused lol.
anyway i always found that doing some regular exercise helped me focus, and gave me something to look forward to afterwards.
or maybe you're brain's a bit saturated atm and just needs a break? treat yourself or go out or something and come back next week with a fresh head that's in gear
- Thread Starter
- 16-03-2011 19:05
Oh sorry, my bad!
GCSE, I'm in year 10 and we're taking quite a few exams early so obviously it's a pretty new thing to me
I'm not keen on exercise but I'm willing to give anything a try, what would you suggest??
Yes that could be it, but I have no time at the moment to recuperate on 'me time' haha.
My bedroom looks like a landfill site with the amount of paper and coursework scattered everywhere, I probably need to organise myself more?
What sort of treats work? .. I'm a chocoholic, but then my health could go down the pan!