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    My college timetable currently dictates that I have 2 days full of frees - in which I stay at home and don't go into college . The other three days are jam packed full of classes , so when I have the 2 'free ' days I end up relaxing , and not actually studying . Furthermore on every single day I do a separate extra class for 3 hours and have been doing so for the past 4 years , and I'm in my last year of it , so it is necessary for me to attend if I wish to gain a certificate out of it.This leaves me with very little time to actually study , and I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to cut down on procastination .
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    I would recommend working through your free days as if you were at college, for example get up, get dressed and have something to eat, then split your day into the way your college works, allocate each time to a set piece of work, such as period 1 biology (not sure what your subjects are). Or even go into college as usual and just find a nice quiet space to sit and work
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    Use the library/study room in your college
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    I will definitely try these thank you
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    Work at college- honestly I'm in the same position and it really helps. Also maybe set up a studyblr, that way you can see advice, post your own content (optional tbh) and see how much you're doing.
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