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    I'm in A2 and my exams are in a few weeks. If this was me in AS, I'd have probably revised everything by now and it would just be the case of going over notes. You expect it to be the other way round, not take AS seriously--> mess up --> change your ways for A2. Well mine has been quite the opposite, I used to be that passionate, motivated individual who never left anything last minute. And this years seems to have gone downhill. I don't seem to care anymore, I look for excuses instead of making revision notes. I'm more idle and passive, I come back from college and I can physically not work. I partly think this might not be my full fault, fatigue gets in the way sometimes which could be my anaemia. But I wanted to ask, does anyone else feel the same? Are you in A2 and you've lost your will to carry on? I just...Idk. Its stressful I guess
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    (Original post by Kousar)
    I'm in A2 and my exams are in a few weeks. If this was me in AS, I'd have probably revised everything by now and it would just be the case of going over notes. You expect it to be the other way round, not take AS seriously--> mess up --> change your ways for A2. Well mine has been quite the opposite, I used to be that passionate, motivated individual who never left anything last minute. And this years seems to have gone downhill. I don't seem to care anymore, I look for excuses instead of making revision notes. I'm more idle and passive, I come back from college and I can physically not work. I partly think this might not be my full fault, fatigue gets in the way sometimes which could be my anaemia. But I wanted to ask, does anyone else feel the same? Are you in A2 and you've lost your will to carry on? I just...Idk. Its stressful I guess
    Sounds very similar to me and some of my friends. In AS we were working like dogs but we are working a bit, but no where near as hard as we did last year.
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    I understand this too .. But it's worse if your doing psychology


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    Completely agree with this. Last year I think I'd done most (if not all) of the past papers available for my subjects...now I just think: 'Past paper...or Family Guy..hmmm' xD
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    (Original post by Muppet Science)
    Sounds very similar to me and some of my friends. In AS we were working like dogs but we are working a bit, but no where near as hard as we did last year.
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    I understand this too .. But it's worse if your doing psychology


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    Completely agree with this. Last year I think I'd done most (if not all) of the past papers available for my subjects...now I just think: 'Past paper...or Family Guy..hmmm' xD
    Thanks for the reassurance guys, looks like I'm not the only one! I've got to really force myself to get some notes done. Last year, I literally revised in the morning from 6am even on weekends. Now....as if!
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    Definitely the case here! I worked like a slave through AS, now I just ... to put it bluntly, I can't be bothered with it at all
 
 
 
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