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Any tips on how I beat procrastination... so behind on my school work
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Any tips on how I beat procrastination... so behind on my school work
Beat your distractions.

Turn off your devices, make sure it's a quiet environment; then I shouldn't see a reason why you should have to procrastinate.
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Beat your meat and then beat the sheets
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Start a grow your grades blog. I've heard it can be really motivating.
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Any tips on how I beat procrastination... so behind on my school work
- Use the fact you're behind as your motivator.
- Study in short breaks.
- Remove anything that may tempt you to procrastinate, so put your phone somewhere else and work in silence or listen to music if it doesn't distract you. Turn the TV off.
- Reward yourself with something you really enjoy when you've done a good amount of work!
- Get your books and study materials out, whether you intend to study or not. It may cause you to just look and begin.
- Write down what you have to do, in small increments and order them in terms of importance or deadline.
- Remember that the things you like to procrastinate with, whether it's a hobby etc, they'll be there after you study. The opportunity to learn and do well doesn't always come around so take advantage of it.
- Also remember that the only person who will allow you to succeed is yourself. Only you will be able to have self discipline and make yourself work.

These things seem to work for me.
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(Original post by hannxm)
- Use the fact you're behind as your motivator.
- Study in short breaks.
- Remove anything that may tempt you to procrastinate, so put your phone somewhere else and work in silence or listen to music if it doesn't distract you. Turn the TV off.
- Reward yourself with something you really enjoy when you've done a good amount of work!
- Get your books and study materials out, whether you intend to study or not. It may cause you to just look and begin.
- Write down what you have to do, in small increments and order them in terms of importance or deadline.
- Remember that the things you like to procrastinate with, whether it's a hobby etc, they'll be there after you study. The opportunity to learn and do well doesn't always come around so take advantage of it.
- Also remember that the only person who will allow you to succeed is yourself. Only you will be able to have self discipline and make yourself work.

These things seem to work for me.
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Just do it.
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