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    I am currently revising for my mocks and I only have 6 days to revise a lot of topics. Last year I was in a similar situation when I had to revise in a short time, but I was really stressed about it because it always seemed like I wasn't going to finish on time so I rushed everything and it didn't go very well. This year I am just going slowly over each topic and I feel that I understand it much better. However, this makes me feel that I am just too relaxed and not making much effort, even though I know that I typically get better results when I don't rush it. Also, I am not sure whether I will be able to finish revising on time at my current pace (but I made a plan so I hope it works well).

    What do you think about it? Is it a bad way of revising when you don't have much time left?
    Does anyone feel in a similar way, that you're not doing enough work?
    Thank you
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    (Original post by leogold00)
    I am currently revising for my mocks and I only have 6 days to revise a lot of topics. Last year I was in a similar situation when I had to revise in a short time, but I was really stressed about it because it always seemed like I wasn't going to finish on time so I rushed everything and it didn't go very well. This year I am just going slowly over each topic and I feel that I understand it much better. However, this makes me feel that I am just too relaxed and not making much effort, even though I know that I typically get better results when I don't rush it. Also, I am not sure whether I will be able to finish revising on time at my current pace (but I made a plan so I hope it works well).

    What do you think about it? Is it a bad way of revising when you don't have much time left?
    Does anyone feel in a similar way, that you're not doing enough work?
    Thank you
    Its a question of organisation and time management. get a revision plan and make sure you use the available time in the best way and get yur plan done i.e the most work in the time left at the right time. You sund as though you ahve a better way of revising just make sure your plan means you get it done in time by keeping an eye on what tasks you have and the time to do them.
 
 
 

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