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How to push yourself academically and stay motivated during the summer Watch

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    So everyday I do a bit of studying for English science or maths how can I push myself and stay motivated during the summer holidays?
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    So everyday I do a bit of studying for English science or maths how can I push myself and stay motivated during the summer holidays?
    You don't!!
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    (Original post by IYGB)
    You don't!!
    I want to summer holidays are to have more time to dedicate to study
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    Watch Eric Thomas.

    If you're In like year 10 or something, just relax

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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I want to summer holidays are to have more time to dedicate to study
    Stay around people who want to do the same/ work hard. You may want to have a look at this thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4190871

    I mean technically this is meant for undergrad stuff but I suppose anyone is welcome if they want to do more maths!
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    Work for small amonts of time but do this consistently. It will be easier to stay on track doing one hour a day instead of studying really hard at the start of summer and then giving up. Although depending on what year your in, id say take advantage of the break.
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    (Original post by EnglishMuon)
    Stay around people who want to do the same/ work hard. You may want to have a look at this thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4190871

    I mean technically this is meant for undergrad stuff but I suppose anyone is welcome if they want to do more maths!
    i really don't understand how people can say enjoy your summer only. If you don't work you have 7 days a week and English weather is so so. you can still enjoy 3-4 days a week having fun and 1/2 days doing something to keep the knowledge fresh instead of going in blind in the new term.
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    (Original post by sketchymofo2)
    i really don't understand how people can say enjoy your summer only. If you don't work you have 7 days a week and English weather is so so. you can still enjoy 3-4 days a week having fun and 1/2 days doing something to keep the knowledge fresh instead of going in blind in the new term.
    yes very true. I spend most of every day doing 'work' myself, but I enjoy it so its basically free time anyway
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    (Original post by sketchymofo2)
    i really don't understand how people can say enjoy your summer only. If you don't work you have 7 days a week and English weather is so so. you can still enjoy 3-4 days a week having fun and 1/2 days doing something to keep the knowledge fresh instead of going in blind in the new term.
    I have nothing to do besides study and my parents say study so may as well not waste my time i have nothing else to do so may as well use my time well.
 
 
 
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