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    I really love my A-Levels and at School i enjoy studying them. I use all my free periods to revise and do Schoolwork but the moment i get home, I just do a complete 180. I lose all interest in doing any work. I really want to pass this year and although I am at Grade C and above for all, I want to do even better. Any tips?
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    Hey, I feel where you are coming from. I am doing A levels too at the moment but to motivate yourself just think about the future. What I do sometimes is download a few good motivational speakers and listen to it when I am coming back home (works most of the time). Try to eat healthy and exercise a few times a week. Lastly, don't over do it what I mean is you spend your time wisely in school so come home take a few hours of break then go back to work (you may want to reward yourself e.g. If you complete this you can just chill on a Wednesday etc...)
    Hope this helps!
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    All the motivation you need is me baby
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    (Original post by A* levels)
    Hey, I feel where you are coming from. I am doing A levels too at the moment but to motivate yourself just think about the future. What I do sometimes is download a few good motivational speakers and listen to it when I am coming back home (works most of the time). Try to eat healthy and exercise a few times a week. Lastly, don't over do it what I mean is you spend your time wisely in school so come home take a few hours of break then go back to work (you may want to reward yourself e.g. If you complete this you can just chill on a Wednesday etc...)
    Hope this helps!
    Yeah. I see where you're coming from. Thanks for the reply
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    All the motivation you need is me baby
    Haha.. Not really helpful there
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    Just think about how rewarding it will be in future to get grades your happy with and how much they will help you. Maybe when you get home you could make a To Do List. And everyday try and complete 1 or 2 things off it.
 
 
 
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