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    I'm not sure whether anyone would be interested to respond to this but I recently got into A levels and I got between A,B,C in my GCSE now I'm planning on working hard for sure but whenever I feel like I should take a break I automatically feel what i just studied is not enough and I return back to work does it happen to you ? or am i just stupid ? XP
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    I'm not sure whether anyone would be interested to respond to this but I recently got into A levels and I got between A,B,C in my GCSE now I'm planning on working hard for sure but whenever I feel like I should take a break I automatically feel what i just studied is not enough and I return back to work does it happen to you ? or am i just stupid ? XP
    I moved this to the A Levels section, you may get more help here.
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    (Original post by Fermion12)
    I'm not sure whether anyone would be interested to respond to this but I recently got into A levels and I got between A,B,C in my GCSE now I'm planning on working hard for sure but whenever I feel like I should take a break I automatically feel what i just studied is not enough and I return back to work does it happen to you ? or am i just stupid ? XP
    Yup. I get this. I'm in my second year, and one of the subjects I do is graphics. Even after working on a piece for like 3 hours straight, I still feel like I haven't done enough... It's not very healthy, only advice I could give is to stay productive when you take breaks, so it still feels like you're doing something, even if it's not studying.
 
 
 
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