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    Hello,

    I will let you know, I had the top mark in the class for my Y6 Maths SATS.

    I used to win math games and come top easily, I had a silver certificate for the Maths Challenge and gotten full marks on one of my Maths GCSE papers.

    Unfortunately, this is not the same case for my other subjects, due to procrastination and inability to revise.

    I also suck at language, only got a B for Literature and C for Language.

    I put off music practise, I got a C for Music however I got a Merit for my pratical music Grade 6 exam performance.

    I never listened in class, I was short-sighted and didn't wear glasses for two years.

    The only lessons I had control on was computing and mathematics, I got good grades for both and revised my a** off for my last science exams and got a good grade for that.

    I got a C for Religious Studies, how s*** is that when it is one of the easiest GCSEs. So basically, I wrecked my GCSE results but not entirely so I am not that mad.

    The thing I'm mad about is how much I procrastinate.

    I also chose the wrong AS subject, is there a way I can drop it now? I only took 3, so therefore if I drop one, I will not be in college?

    The AS subject I took I find difficult, the other ones I can easily achieve an A. Is there not a chance to change subjects now? Am I screwed?

    Do you procrastinate? Be honest. Or do you study hard, and how do you do it? Be honest!

    I am pathetic and wasting my potential as a human being am I not?
    Most humans are capable of achieving top grades, but laziness gets in the way. Really.

    Is there something I can do? Do I see a doctor about my procrastination?

    Fortunately, I only do the work that I have to do, like homework, as I'm forced to otherwise I get in trouble. But nothing extra like revision.

    And I don't know why I typed this much, while doing this much typing for an essay assignment would take me at least an hour.

    Thanks...
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    (Original post by Konnichiwa)
    Hello,

    I will let you know, I had the top mark in the class for my Y6 Maths SATS.

    I used to win math games and come top easily, I had a silver certificate for the Maths Challenge and gotten full marks on one of my Maths GCSE papers.

    Unfortunately, this is not the same case for my other subjects, due to procrastination and inability to revise.

    I also suck at language, only got a B for Literature and C for Language.

    I put off music practise, I got a C for Music however I got a Merit for my pratical music Grade 6 exam performance.

    I never listened in class, I was short-sighted and didn't wear glasses for two years.

    The only lessons I had control on was computing and mathematics, I got good grades for both and revised my a** off for my last science exams and got a good grade for that.

    I got a C for Religious Studies, how s*** is that when it is one of the easiest A levels. So basically, I wrecked my GCSE results but not entirely so I am not that mad.

    The thing I'm mad about is how much I procrastinate.

    I also chose the wrong AS subject, is there a way I can drop it now? I only took 3, so therefore if I drop one, I will not be in college?

    The AS subject I took I find difficult, the other ones I can easily achieve an A. Is there not a chance to change subjects now? Am I screwed?

    Do you procrastinate? Be honest. Or do you study hard, and how do you do it? Be honest!

    I am pathetic and wasting my potential as a human being am I not?
    Most humans are capable of achieving top grades, but laziness gets in the way. Really.

    Is there something I can do? Do I see a doctor about my procrastination?

    Fortunately, I only do the work that I have to do, like homework, as I'm forced to otherwise I get in trouble. But nothing extra like revision.

    And I don't know why I typed this much, while doing this much typing for an essay assignment would take me at least an hour.

    Thanks...
    :lolwut: procrastination, what is it?

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    u don't do anything about procrastination bro, procrastination does u, it's just natural selection working away

    u'll end up being unsuccessful and waste all your potential and the person who works hard will get what they deserve, simple as that

    if you don't feel like you have the motivation u need to become great, u don't deserve to be great, really
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    (Original post by boner in jeans)
    u don't do anything about procrastination bro, procrastination does u, it's just natural selection working away

    u'll end up being unsuccessful and waste all your potential and the person who works hard will get what they deserve, simple as that

    if you don't feel like you have the motivation u need to become great, u don't deserve to be great, really
    Just read the definition, yeah well to be honest its easy m8 turn off the tv and pc, any electronics and just sit there and get on with it. I get easily distracted and I know it, so I go to the library!

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