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    Ever since I knew I may have chances to get into oxbridge, keeping up the straight A's has been hard. I'm from Spain and I get anxiety before I have to study because of the fear of getting a B. I've got an exam tomorrow and I still haven't started studying. The only way I get myself to study is when the adrenaline kicks in and I only have a couple hours to study. Does this happen to anyone else?
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    Yup. I'm at uni and it still happens. I routinely have to pull all-nighters in the library the morning of a deadline date just because I can't bring myself to do it otherwise.

    If you can do it, great. If you can't do it, something needs to change.
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    (Original post by esralled)
    Yup. I'm at uni and it still happens. I routinely have to pull all-nighters in the library the morning of a deadline date just because I can't bring myself to do it otherwise.

    If you can do it, great. If you can't do it, something needs to change.
    I have been doing some research and it says that it's a sign of ADHD. I'm scared I may have it, do you think it may be because of that?
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    i have 3 mocks tomorrow, and i havent started revising for any lmfao
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    (Original post by dowell1475)
    I have been doing some research and it says that it's a sign of ADHD. I'm scared I may have it, do you think it may be because of that?
    It might be. It could also be depression, anti-social personality disorder, BPD, bipolar disorder, OCD, or stress. It's probably just laziness though. That's what my problem is.
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    same here hahahaha
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    i have 3 mocks tomorrow, and i havent started revising for any lmfao
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    I think procrastinating makes everything seem worse than it really is
    (Original post by esralled)
    It might be. It could also be depression, anti-social personality disorder, BPD, bipolar disorder, OCD, or stress. It's probably just laziness though. That's what my problem is.
 
 
 
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