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I really would like help on making a revision timetable, tips to not procrastinate and revise effectively. I recently got my report in which i got an B for economics, B for Maths, E for chem and a C for bio. Im trying to aim for As in all these subjects for as level and hopefully get into medicine but frankly i just seem to get distracted with fifa and other stuff so easily and have never gotten the chance to revise for any of my exams. Can someone out there give me the guidance to stop procrastinating and give me tips for revision on all my subjects.
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(Original post by DarthV01)
I really would like help on making a revision timetable, tips to not procrastinate and revise effectively. I recently got my report in which i got an B for economics, B for Maths, E for chem and a C for bio. Im trying to aim for As in all these subjects for as level and hopefully get into medicine but frankly i just seem to get distracted with fifa and other stuff so easily and have never gotten the chance to revise for any of my exams. Can someone out there give me the guidance to stop procrastinating and give me tips for revision on all my subjects.
If you can't even bring yourself to do some study for A levels, then medicine is definitely not for you. Personally, I would not like a doctor with poor self help skills who is more interested in video gaming. Sorry to say it Darth but from this and your other posts I can only assume that "the dork is strong in you."
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HOW TO AVOID PROCRASTINATION ?
Focus on the process instead of the product by using SESSIONS. It regiments your focus for 25 minutes at a time, with 5 minute break at the end. During the focus session, completely remove all distraction and just work on the material. During the 5 minute break, reward yourself with coffee, walk, short conversation, etc. Then take another session. Rinse and repeat.
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If you can't even bring yourself to do some study for A levels, then medicine is definitely not for you. Personally, I would not like a doctor with poor self help skills who is more interested in video gaming. Sorry to say it Darth but from this and your other posts I can only assume that "the dork is strong in you."
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You are procrastinating now but so am I by reading this....
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