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    I have four exams tommorow and have finally decided that if I don't know everything I need to know by now then I'll never know it, with the possible exception of if I have to do re-sits in which case I will be more prepared. I have therfore decided to put my efforts into my artwork as a form of relaxation. What dya think ?
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    very good
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    you done four exams in one day well i think what ur doing is a good idea relax

    i have just done 10 hours in 3days that is 6 exams 4 hours monday 2 tuedays and 4 wednesday

    i had depression and i still have but i seen my bf he made me laugh and relaxed me wouldnt be able to of copeid if i wasnt for him

    so relax
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    (Original post by soph2004)
    you done four exams in one day well i think what ur doing is a good idea relax
    Actually, I shouldn't quite be relaxing now....the four exams are tommorow
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    well y dont u do lite revision
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    everyone! to combat stress just do these things

    - revise properly. no radio, no distractions, just solid work.
    - take lots of proper breaks (as in no halfwork half break, breaks but not TOO many; 10 mins every hour of work is good)
    - schedule properly, get into a routine. 1/2 hr before lunch then a few hours after up until dinner time, then NOTHING AFTER DINNER
    - do stuff you want to; go out with friends like normal AS LONG AS IT DOESNT INTERFERE WITH YOUR REVISION (like no clubbin on thursday if you have a friday exam, even if it is pm)
    - do not discuss exams after the exam and dont dwell on mistakes you think you made (you tend to exaggerate)
    - do not revise before exams (just before them, i mean - unless its just remembering things that you easily forget)


    i think this is the mots important one
    - remember that exams, in the long term dont mean very much at all. lots of the most successful people havent got lots of degrees etc. YOU are still YOU with or without a string of As at A Level...

    good luck everyone..
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    everyone! to combat stress just do these things
    - revise properly. no radio, no distractions, just solid work.
    - take lots of proper breaks (as in no halfwork half break, breaks but not TOO many; 10 mins every hour of work is good)
    - schedule properly, get into a routine. 1/2 hr before lunch then a few hours after up until dinner time, then NOTHING AFTER DINNER
    - do stuff you want to; go out with friends like normal AS LONG AS IT DOESNT INTERFERE WITH YOUR REVISION (like no clubbin on thursday if you have a friday exam, even if it is pm)
    - do not discuss exams after the exam and dont dwell on mistakes you think you made (you tend to exaggerate)
    - do not revise before exams (just before them, i mean - unless its just remembering things that you easily forget)


    i think this is the mots important one
    - remember that exams, in the long term dont mean very much at all. lots of the most successful people havent got lots of degrees etc. YOU are still YOU with or without a string of As at A Level...

    nice advice
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    everyone! to combat stress just do these things

    - revise properly. no radio, no distractions, just solid work.
    - take lots of proper breaks (as in no halfwork half break, breaks but not TOO many; 10 mins every hour of work is good)
    - schedule properly, get into a routine. 1/2 hr before lunch then a few hours after up until dinner time, then NOTHING AFTER DINNER
    - do stuff you want to; go out with friends like normal AS LONG AS IT DOESNT INTERFERE WITH YOUR REVISION (like no clubbin on thursday if you have a friday exam, even if it is pm)
    - do not discuss exams after the exam and dont dwell on mistakes you think you made (you tend to exaggerate)
    - do not revise before exams (just before them, i mean - unless its just remembering things that you easily forget)


    i think this is the mots important one
    - remember that exams, in the long term dont mean very much at all. lots of the most successful people havent got lots of degrees etc. YOU are still YOU with or without a string of As at A Level...

    good luck everyone..

    haha you stole what i was going to say!! nicely put though
 
 
 
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