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    my motivation level is so low.
    Its that feeling when you are really lazy in your soul, like you just don't have the energy or the drive to care. I want to do well but I’m struggling to find will power at the minute... any suggestions?
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    ugh relating so hard atm. i have a uni that i want to go to so i'm trying to work towards getting the grades for that.
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    (Original post by champion13)
    ugh relating so hard atm. i have a uni that i want to go to so i'm trying to work towards getting the grades for that.
    It seems a familiar problem amongst students at the minute... it’s not easy, I’m hoping to get into my preferred uni also
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    (Original post by smithyboy9900)
    my motivation level is so low.
    Its that feeling when you are really lazy in your soul, like you just don't have the energy or the drive to care. I want to do well but I’m struggling to find will power at the minute... any suggestions?
    Just think ahead to results day, and imagine, how would you feel knowing that both your firm and insurance choices have rejected you for not meeting the grades they needed and you are entered into Clearing. Would you like it? No right?
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    I'm having the same problem. It might sound strange, but I actually felt like I had a lot more energy when I revised for my mocks and realised that A levels aren't this impossible obstacle. Maybe try spending a couple of hours revising over what you've done so far and try to realise the actual simplicity of A levels instead of feeling down about them all the time and feeling like pushing them aside until another day. You will actually come to take an interest in what you're learning and you won't feel so down about them all the time if you face them

    Also try getting a job and reading. Both of those boosted my mental health massively. If you start to read and come to enjoy books, it will help you to open up your mind and it allows you to keep your brain active. I know you've probably had it drilled into you a million times by teachers and you're sick of hearing it, but reading really does help
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    ur gna have a 3 month summer holiday after all this and exams will be over soon
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    (Original post by smithyboy9900)
    my motivation level is so low.
    Its that feeling when you are really lazy in your soul, like you just don't have the energy or the drive to care. I want to do well but I’m struggling to find will power at the minute... any suggestions?
    To motivate you, try to think about going to University next year and studying your subject of interest. Think about the fact that it won't be like this at University and you will be more motivated to learn. You will have more free time to study and the BS that comes with Sixth Form and A Levels won't be there anymore.
 
 
 
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