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    Okay so I'm very motivated to achieve all A*s in GSCES Even though my grades are average I don't feel as if my predicted grades define who I am. So I'm going to ask for your help!
    I need help on how to manage time. I'm almost always tired after school and fall asleep a lot since i do sleep around 1AM most days, Yes this has become a bit of a routine but I want to fix it.
    When Friday and the weekend come along I get extremely LAZY! Just doing homework to get it out the way, Hardly ever revising.

    I'm motivated and I'm prepared to revise but how and what should I do. Revision techniques such as watching videos don't help THAT much But anything else would be wonderful to know!!
    Also how to be productive and getting work out of the way.

    I would really appreciate your help THANKYOU x
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    (Original post by pinkrox22310)
    Okay so I'm very motivated to achieve all A*s in GSCES Even though my grades are average I don't feel as if my predicted grades define who I am. So I'm going to ask for your help!
    I need help on how to manage time. I'm almost always tired after school and fall asleep a lot since i do sleep around 1AM most days, Yes this has become a bit of a routine but I want to fix it.
    When Friday and the weekend come along I get extremely LAZY! Just doing homework to get it out the way, Hardly ever revising.

    I'm motivated and I'm prepared to revise but how and what should I do. Revision techniques such as watching videos don't help THAT much But anything else would be wonderful to know!!
    Also how to be productive and getting work out of the way.

    I would really appreciate your help THANKYOU x
    You should check out my revision master post over here

    In terms of motivation and making sure you're able to do work, try to get to bed earlier by starting work as soon as you get home (even before you check facebook, emails, TSR or scroll randomly through the internet), then you can do these things once you've got your first goal out of the way. Make sure you drink lots of water (I keep a tally chart of how much water I drink a day - aim for 2 litres, which is 4 bottles of water), and go to bed earlier
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