I planned to revise everything I have learned so far in A2 and revise for my 1 AS resit, and start learning ahead of what we are doing at school in 2/3 of my subjects.
However so far in this holiday, all I have done is look at the long list of things to cover and try to organise it but the more I do that, and the more that I look at my exam dates, the more stressed out and overwhelmed I feel. I just have no idea where to start.
I would start something and then remember something else I should prioritise more and do that instead until I remember something else to do etc so I haven't been able to focus on one thing for long enough. I don't have the discipline to effectively use a timetable, no matter how many times I try. Any advice?
Feeling overwhelmed - so much to do this half term! Help! watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-02-2016 13:22
- 16-02-2016 13:32
Choose a subject or two per day. Don't make a complicated timetable, just go with something simple.This should help you worry less because you can just remind yourself that you have time for your other subjects later. Basically don't think "oh god I've not revised this yet", think "I will revise this tomorrow, and then in 2 days again, and again". In the evening you could also leave yourself some time to look over ALL the revision you have done so far to make sure you don't just forget it as soon as you do it.
- 16-02-2016 13:37
Ive been planning to crack on and do some hardcore revision for my A-level exams since september.... 5 months have passed and still nothing.
My advice is this:
Feeling overwhelmed and stressed? Curl up in bed and sleep/cry.
Cant be bothered to do any work today? Say you'll do it tomorrow
Your stress will disappear instantly.