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    I cannot organise myself and I hate all this homework. I hate going to lesson since I don't focus properly and I always procrastinate....I also feel like **** because of the weather (idk why this happens, but bad weather triggers a depressive mood that I don't seem to recover from until the next day).

    I also need to do work experience for medicine.

    I'm doing Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I cannot balance the writing notes vs homework it seems like I have to do one or the other.
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    I cannot organise myself and I hate all this homework. I hate going to lesson since I don't focus properly and I always procrastinate....I also feel like **** because of the weather (idk why this happens, but bad weather triggers a depressive mood that I don't seem to recover from until the next day).

    I also need to do work experience for medicine.

    I'm doing Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I cannot balance the writing notes vs homework it seems like I have to do one or the other.
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    (Original post by DYoverDX)
    I cannot organise myself and I hate all this homework. I hate going to lesson since I don't focus properly and I always procrastinate....I also feel like **** because of the weather (idk why this happens, but bad weather triggers a depressive mood that I don't seem to recover from until the next day).

    I also need to do work experience for medicine.

    I'm doing Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I cannot balance the writing notes vs homework it seems like I have to do one or the other.
    I'll move this over to a more relevant forum for you, but have you seen anyone about what you're experiencing? It sounds like you could possibly do with some support which your GP or someone might be able to give you. Organisation is really hard, it is something you can get better at- I have! Try making yourself a timetable with room for each subject homework, revision plus plenty of breaks and social/relax time and whatever, you can change it according to what you have on but it will give you something to go from. I write a list of five things I want to get done each day too which really helps me, just making me think about priorities and energy and stuff like that. It varies person to person. It could also be worth asking your teachers if there's anything they could advise for helping cope with the workload, and so they know what's going on. They probably care more than you think! Good luck, you can do this
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    Sometimes I feel the same way as you. At the end of the day the only thing that keeps me going is because I know where I want to be. In order for me to be there, I need these a-levels. The amount of times I have cried over chemistry, God! It is a lot of work, but as the poster above said organisation is key! You mention having to either make notes or do homework, I suggest doing one during college/sixth form time. And the other at home. For example, do your homework during your free periods and make notes at home. Or make a timetable for each day and dedicate an hour each day for homework and another hour for making notes.

    A-levels are only 2 years. Believe me when I say they will fly. Keep in mind little things - Christmas is 6 weeks away! New Years is 7 weeks away! The half term is 5 weeks away! There's only 5 months of it left etc. You can get through it.
 
 
 
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