Motivation for revision???

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First exam is 3 weeks and 2 days away... and I haven't started revision because I keep procrastinating. I know I should put the effort but I don't know how to revise effectively... Help anyone?
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(Original post by aliceharmer15)
First exam is 3 weeks and 2 days away... and I haven't started revision because I keep procrastinating. I know I should put the effort but I don't know how to revise effectively... Help anyone?
i have the same problems i just dont want to do anything but in the back of my head i know i should revise. good luck with you exams
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i have the same problems i just dont want to do anything but in the back of my head i know i should revise. good luck with you exams
What grades are you working at?
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What grades are you working at?
All A*s... I'm a good student and that's what I'm expected to get by teachers and parents... I just don't know how to revise to get the grades...
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i have the same problems i just dont want to do anything but in the back of my head i know i should revise. good luck with you exams
Thanks, you too!
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All A*s... I'm a good student and that's what I'm expected to get by teachers and parents... I just don't know how to revise to get the grades...
I'm working at Cs without revision.
I want an A and the rest Bs.
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I'm working at Cs without revision.
I want an A and the rest Bs.
hoping to get B's or c's depending on the papers, just praying so the papers are a bit easier like jan16.
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hoping to get B's or c's depending on the papers, just praying so the papers are a bit easier like jan16.
Yeah same... but I guess seeing as they were easy then, they'll be a lot harder now with lower grade boundaries. Not sure if that is a good or a bad thing tbh. Any predictions on what the 6 markers questions will be for bio chem or phys?
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Try finding a method of revision that you enjoy. Writing notes for hours on end will get boring so try doing a creative method of revision. Mind maps and revision posters can be effective as they are fun to do and help you study. Also try incorporating colour into your revision as it will help you remember key details.
To prevent procrastinating, turn off all electronics and put them somewhere out of sight. If you can't resist using your electronics, ask a parent/carer or other family member to keep them whilst you study.
Also take 10 minute breaks every 40-50 minutes, to grab a snack or de-stress.
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just imagine yourself on results day if you opened the envelope and didn't get the grades you want , thats what i do and it motivates me to revise good luck
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(Original post by xholmolx)
Try finding a method of revision that you enjoy. Writing notes for hours on end will get boring so try doing a creative method of revision. Mind maps and revision posters can be effective as they are fun to do and help you study. Also try incorporating colour into your revision as it will help you remember key details.
To prevent procrastinating, turn off all electronics and put them somewhere out of sight. If you can't resist using your electronics, ask a parent/carer or other family member to keep them whilst you study.
Also take 10 minute breaks every 40-50 minutes, to grab a snack or de-stress.
Thank you so much, the tip on electronics sounds hard but effective! XX
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just imagine yourself on results day if you opened the envelope and didn't get the grades you want , thats what i do and it motivates me to revise good luck
Yaass it is already working!!!! Thank youuu xx
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