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    I got 3Ds and 4Cs although I worked very very hard. I used to sleep for 10 mins and then study and my overall sleep in a day was around 5 hours. I managed those 7 subjects well but idk what happened in the exams. However, I'm super demotivated and dk what to do in my A Levels, I want to do well but I can't find any motivation. Whenever I try to study, my brain doesn't work and I just don't feel like working hard anymore. My exams are in less than 2 months and I just can't do this. I have Chem, Phy and Math as my subjects, I understand everything very well in school but i just can't practice or revise them when I'm at home. Please help me!!
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    how are doing three of the toughest a-levels with 4C's at gcse ?
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    First of all be strong, i know from experience that revision is a hard to do and second thing is to sleep more, this will reset your brain as it seems like you cant work due to maybe your physical health as with less sleep your body tends to want more sugary foods and thus you become more active but not in the correct ways, Third is to commit to your work, instead of going out try and focus on your work even if its 1 hour a day slowly build that up the time up, Forth is to maybe try and stay longer at school, maybe for an extra hour or so , so that your mind is still in work mode and you don't wonder off . Lastly you are very intelligent because they are very hard subjects and i would advice for maths to start doing past papers now like the old spec c1 c2 c3 c4 questions, for physics and chem go on to physics and maths tutor he has plenty of useful resources.

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    (Original post by heyhey9980)
    I got 3Ds and 4Cs although I worked very very hard. I used to sleep for 10 mins and then study and my overall sleep in a day was around 5 hours. I managed those 7 subjects well but idk what happened in the exams. However, I'm super demotivated and dk what to do in my A Levels, I want to do well but I can't find any motivation. Whenever I try to study, my brain doesn't work and I just don't feel like working hard anymore. My exams are in less than 2 months and I just can't do this. I have Chem, Phy and Math as my subjects, I understand everything very well in school but i just can't practice or revise them when I'm at home. Please help me!!

    IGCSE grades aren’t always the best reflection of an individual’s intelligence, but they can suggest how well suited you can be/are to handle those subjects at A-Level, so do consider that. With that said, if doing those subjects will start paving the way towards realizing your creative aspirations and ambitions, you shouldn’t sacrifice that and embrace It instead by being as committed and disciplined as you can be to achieve that. Coming up with a different work ethic and doing some IGCSE past papers to understand how capable you are might help you get to that point. If you're confident that you can handle the work, continue those subjects. Out of curiosity what career option(s) are you interested in?
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    (Original post by Paranoid_Glitch)
    IGCSE grades aren’t always the best reflection of an individual’s intelligence, but they can suggest how well suited you can be/are to handle those subjects at A-Level, so do consider that. With that said, if doing those subjects will start paving the way towards realizing your creative aspirations and ambitions, you shouldn’t sacrifice that and embrace It instead by being as committed and disciplined as you can be to achieve that. Coming up with a different work ethic and doing some IGCSE past papers to understand how capable you are might help you get to that point. If you're confident that you can handle the work, continue those subjects. Out of curiosity what career option(s) are you interested in?
    Hes/shes doing alevels right now
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    (Original post by G.D.R)
    Hes/shes doing alevels right now
    O Whoops, missed that.
 
 
 

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