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    Am I the only person who is finding it impossible to revise? I'm doing my AS exams this year and although I revised a lot for my GCSEs and came out with good grades, I can't concentrate on revision or even at school. I've been feeling really depressed lately but I know that if I don't do well in my exams I will be devastated. Sorry I don't mean to sound like I'm complaining but I was wondering if any year 13s felt like this last year and if it'll pass? I honestly don't think I can deal with a levels any more
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    Am I the only person who is finding it impossible to revise? I'm doing my AS exams this year and although I revised a lot for my GCSEs and came out with good grades, I can't concentrate on revision or even at school. I've been feeling really depressed lately but I know that if I don't do well in my exams I will be devastated. Sorry I don't mean to sound like I'm complaining but I was wondering if any year 13s felt like this last year and if it'll pass? I honestly don't think I can deal with a levels any more
    Hey there!

    It seems like you might not be giving yourself some time-out where you don't think about exams at all.

    Here's a few tips to stay stress free:
    • Keep yourself busy, maybe find a new hobby?
    • Make sure you give yourself a break
    • Do things to keep you happy
    • Stay positive about all outcomes
    • Try to mange your time wisely
    • Eating healthy and exercising regularly has proven to reduce stress
    • Have enough sleep, you should be sleeping 7-8 hours a day
    • Share your feelings about stress with someone close to you
    I hope this help you and good luck with your exams!
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    (Original post by undercxver)
    Hey there!

    It seems like you might not be giving yourself some time-out where you don't think about exams at all.

    Here's a few tips to stay stress free:
    • Keep yourself busy, maybe find a new hobby?
    • Make sure you give yourself a break
    • Do things to keep you happy
    • Stay positive about all outcomes
    • Try to mange your time wisely
    • Eating healthy and exercising regularly has proven to reduce stress
    • Have enough sleep, you should be sleeping 7-8 hours a day
    • Share your feelings about stress with someone close to you
    I hope this help you and good luck with your exams!

    thank you so much for your help
 
 
 
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