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    You're not doing well because you're not trying hard enough. Sorry, that's the truth. You cannot get by in a levels by simply doing the homework and class work. You need to be utilising your free periods, reading widely and actually putting effort in. I think aiming for AAAA is ambitious if you don't pull your finger out now. You really need to knuckle down and realise you will not achieve higher than C/B unless you're prepared to work.
    Look at your goals, your university. Having a clear set goal can inspire you, and maybe that's what you need. You also need to work out a way of revising that suits you. I also find that I have bursts of energy and find it hard not to procrastinate. But I use all my frees at college, and do at least 10 hours outside college a week. It's all about focusing. Put away your phone, work with classical music. Stop being distracted. You'll get there and if you start working now, you will achieve what you want to achieve. Don't give up. I believe in you.
 
 
 
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