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    Hey everyone,
    Ok it's hit me that Easter holiday's are finally here. My aim is to go to the library from 9 am to 10 pm (with breaks of course lol). The stress is slowly kicking in but as stressing isn't going to help, it's the last thing on my mind. So how do you plan to revise this holiday in terms of schedules, hours, techniques etc?

    Can't honestly say I have a concrete plan I'm just going to spend my days going over all of my notes and stuff as I don't have much else to do.

    Started rewriting my philosophy notes out onto concise sheets because rn they're a mess, will mostly be reviewing my German words via powerpoints I have and I think I'm just gonna avoid sociology for a while as my exam aint till end of June.... :// good idea

    All these people claiming that they're gonna be doing like 10 hours a day of revision in the Easter break, and I'm just here smug doing maybe 3-4 hours a day because I started back in the beginning of February. My revision's basically done yo.

    Are all these people doing crazy hours just trying to make up for lost time?
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