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My head literally hurts because of all the studying! watch

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    Let me start of by giving you a background detailf of me.

    I am one the laziest student you will ever meet. I have wasted so many opportunities to get grades or anything worth boasting about. I always aimed to get a C and I have always just to scrape by. Never wanted to be good at anything.

    Then last year I don't know how but I got some good exam results. I got into University and I went back to my old routine. I haven't turned up to any of my lectures this year and scrapped by. Then after a while a teacher gave us an exam paper from last year and I realised that I won't be able to scrape by. I will fail if i didn't start learning.

    I've been doing that nearly every single day since the end of term. My exams start in the first week of May and I aim to have learnt all of the topics that are nessecary. To be honest I only need 50% to pass but I want to get higher marks.

    The problem is that I am slowing down now. Before I was able to learn at my normal pace but now it takes me three times as long. I have 16 days to go to May and my mind isn't absorbing anything. I keep on reading my notes again and again and nothing is going in! Last night I went to bed hoping that I would be refreshed from sleep.

    It didn't help. I am still slow for some reason. I keep on taking longer and longer breaks but it they don't seem to help.
    Does anyone have any tips?
 
 
 
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