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    How is eveyrone coping with the work load
    share any revision tecniques and how you keep organised and the hours you do each day!

    the work load isn't really that much, but together with the amount of activities I take part in it's a bit much tbh
    I write a lot of note cards and flashcards and clip them to the wall in front of my desk so whenever i need to revise or study for a subject i just take out the stack of cards. I do procrastinate quite a lot though.

    I get up early. Go to college. Don't know whether or not I enjoy it. Come home. Sit down. Do nothing. Go to bed. Repeat.

    I just go on tsr everyday and it is my source of procrastination I feel like its helpful but in actual fact it is not and it currently is distracting me from doing some homework.

    In terms of tips... I do more work at school when I am in a classroom. Go study in a library?

    (Original post by humzzay)
    How is eveyrone coping with the work load
    share any revision tecniques and how you keep organised and the hours you do each day!
    My life is sooooo crazy that yesterday I sat behind my desk till 4:30 in the morning doing my homework on "the defence of intoxication" while chugging on a Tesco Value Lager. Living edgy m8.
    I think I am already well suited for a degree, should have written this example of extreme determination in my PS.
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