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    Can anybody help plz? I am just feeling like ****, although I have good predicted grades, I am just really struggling to start revising! Plz help!
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    start it slow first study with somebody, go to the library
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    It all starts by setting future goals and making a revision plan...
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    same feel so unmotivated to do work even though i have a plan what i want to do in future ...
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    Hi, Im going to try my best to motivate you but sorry in advance if I end up scaring you but think of this,

    you said you have good predicted grades, so you clearly have potential and there are high expectations from you right? If you do not revise and do not start soon and maybe a month down the line you still have not started revising, you will feel even more stressed, you probably will be more stressed because there's a lot more work to cover in a smaller amount of time, this could lead to you not revising to the best of your ability and not reaching what you were predicted.
    And you will let down your teachers and the people who expected more of you, you do not want to let down the people who believe in you, just take it slow and steady, make a plan and stick to it and by doing this you'll feel more relaxed and you will not be as stressed, also revise in a place that is quiet and where there are no distractions. Don't let down the people who believe in you but most of all don't let yourself down, they are your exam results.

    Hope this helps, Good Luck
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    (Original post by Sana_Akram)
    Hi, Im going to try my best to motivate you but sorry in advance if I end up scaring you but think of this,

    you said you have good predicted grades, so you clearly have potential and there are high expectations from you right? If you do not revise and do not start soon and maybe a month down the line you still have not started revising, you will feel even more stressed, you probably will be more stressed because there's a lot more work to cover in a smaller amount of time, this could lead to you not revising to the best of your ability and not reaching what you were predicted.
    And you will let down your teachers and the people who expected more of you, you do not want to let down the people who believe in you, just take it slow and steady, make a plan and stick to it and by doing this you'll feel more relaxed and you will not be as stressed, also revise in a place that is quiet and where there are no distractions. Don't let down the people who believe in you but most of all don't let yourself down, they are your exam results.

    Hope this helps, Good Luck
    Thank you have literally just scared me into that great sense of Revision infused panic!
    (Thats the only way I actually revise XD)
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    (Original post by Duck10101)
    Thank you have literally just scared me into that great sense of Revision infused panic!
    (Thats the only way I actually revise XD)
    I am trying to 1 up u but not working atm
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    Yes, I think I have had this diagnosed before. Yes I remember, it's on the NHS website as 'being a student'
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    (Original post by Duck10101)
    Thank you have literally just scared me into that great sense of Revision infused panic!
    (Thats the only way I actually revise XD)
    I'm sorry for scaring you, but sometimes fear can be used as the best motivation, I hope you do well
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    Fear ye, for your grades are dependent on you. Hold yourself to incredibly high standards*, you know you are capable of it and you will succeed.

    *Remember...
    A* = AverageA = AcceptableB = BadC = CretinD = DreadfulE = ExecrableF = FallaciousG = GhastlyU = Unacceptable
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    There's like 2 and a half months to the first exams. Just think to yourself - did anyone ever regret working hard to achieve something? You could open that envelope with crap grades and just think how gutted you'd feel.

    Watch some motivational videos / videos on how to stop procrastinating (worked for me!)

    GL
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    (Original post by Woody_Pigeon)
    Fear ye, for your grades are dependent on you. Hold yourself to incredibly high standards*, you know you are capable of it and you will succeed.

    *Remember...
    A* = Abysmal A = Ass B = Brilliant C = Crap D = Delightful E = Exellent
    F = ****ing awesome G = Great U = Unquestionable brilliance
    FIFY
 
 
 
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