I have my first exams at the beginning of May, ONLY 3 and a half months away, I'm targeted As and A*s in all of my subjects, but I can't help but feel that I won't achieve any of these grades, not because I don't think I have the ability to do so, but because I can never get motivated to actually start revising. What is motivation anyway, I feel like it's something everyone knows about, but to me I can't actually acquire it, I've endlessly looked for ways to actually start, many websites on motivation, but all of the tips on there seem so generic and nothing actually makes me want to revise, I don't know whether it's because I don't enjoy any subjects I learn, then again isn't that a lot of people? Is motivation even something we can acquire, or do we either have it or not. I want to do well, I think everyone wants to, but how am I supposed to get As and A*s whiles actually being motivated to do so?
Am I the only one struggling with Motivation? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 17-01-2016 11:43
- 17-01-2016 11:46
I make a check list of what I need to revise, then if I want to lay about all day for one day, I do double the work on the next day. That way I can quantify how much I actually need to do.
But I reckon that after looking at the same information for the third time, it gets rather boring, and I find that I prefer to do practice papers instead.
I also like to reward myself with food