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    Hey guys, maybe I am posting in wrong thread but I study maths at uni so here i go...

    I am in my final year and calculated that I need 64% in my summer exams to get a 2.1 overall for my degree. My coursework marks for my modules have not been great due to mental health issues during the semester.

    I now have 8 weeks to revise...and i feel like its an impossible task. I feel like if i get a 2.2 then I will feel useless.

    Any advice would be appreciated.
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    Hey guys, maybe I am posting in wrong thread but I study maths at uni so here i go...

    I am in my final year and calculated that I need 64% in my summer exams to get a 2.1 overall for my degree. My coursework marks for my modules have not been great due to mental health issues during the semester.

    I now have 8 weeks to revise...and i feel like its an impossible task. I feel like if i get a 2.2 then I will feel useless.

    Any advice would be appreciated.
    First thing, if you've got mental health issues - get a mitigating circumstances form filled in and sent off ASAP (or whatever your university calls it). Any opportunity to get better marks should not be taken lightly.

    As for revising in general, here's some advice below.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...php?p=27650147

    Just remember that your target is achievable and if you take sufficient steps to prepare yourself in the next couple of months then I'm sure you'll be fine.

    Don't sweat it - just commit yourself make it happen. I know it's easy to say and it's hard to be ruthless with your time, but I find it's necessary to do well.

    I hope this helps.

    Darren
 
 
 
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