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    I can't study Biology as I have read it twice before but now if try to revise some of the topics, I can't study them.
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    (Original post by hkjswati)
    I can't study Biology as I have read it twice before but now if try to revise some of the topics, I can't study them.
    Any suggestions.
    You are making no sense at all. You have studied biology twice? resitting? or past revision? And how can you not revise the topics? any more information?
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    (Original post by Drunq)
    You are making no sense at all. You have studied biology twice? resitting? or past revision? And how can you not revise the topics? any more information?
    I'm just trying to give it a read and I can't. It is just creating boredom and I can't concentrate. I think I know everything when I read it, but when its the time for questions: I'm blank.
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    (Original post by hkjswati)
    I'm just trying to give it a read and I can't. It is just creating boredom and I can't concentrate. I think I know everything when I read it, but when its the time for questions: I'm blank.
    Okay, i understand what you are saying. Have you tried approaching this in different ways? Have you tried other sources, other ways of revising. Using different textbooks and resources, so you aren't like a robot programmed to read one thing. There are loads of other things you can do to remove boredom. You just need to be creative.

    Examples being sticking notes on your wall or other creative things that'll make it easier for you to revise and make it stick to your brain. Stress may be another reason you are not being able to retrieve information back for questions, or even you being tired. Getting enough sleep is very important and try to remain calm. Stressing yourself while revising too isn't good either because you are forcing yourself to do something, and that something is repeated, which shouldn't be.

    My opinion is just try new ways to revise.
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    (Original post by Drunq)
    Okay, i understand what you are saying. Have you tried approaching this in different ways? Have you tried other sources, other ways of revising. Using different textbooks and resources, so you aren't like a robot programmed to read one thing. There are loads of other things you can do to remove boredom. You just need to be creative.

    Examples being sticking notes on your wall or other creative things that'll make it easier for you to revise and make it stick to your brain. Stress may be another reason you are not being able to retrieve information back for questions, or even you being tired. Getting enough sleep is very important and try to remain calm. Stressing yourself while revising too isn't good either because you are forcing yourself to do something, and that something is repeated, which shouldn't be.

    My opinion is just try new ways to revise.
    Thanks, I think this'll help.
 
 
 
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