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    I can't bring myself to revise after school.

    I'm just so tired and drained. The only time I can revise is on the weekends or holidays.

    Any tips?
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    Basically you just keep it in your mind straight after you come home and dont start lying down.
    Stay standing up or something and when the time comes you go .
    Make sure you have a timetable, having one makes you want to stick to it and it saves you from deciding everyday what you are going to revise
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    (Original post by Oneiropólos)
    I can't bring myself to revise after school.

    I'm just so tired and drained. The only time I can revise is on the weekends or holidays.

    Any tips?
    Take a afternoon nap. Wake up. Wash face with cold water. Take a deep breath. Start revising.

    I'm able to do the first 3, but i get distracted by my laptop and side business of being a middleman for a friend that runs a clothe business. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
 
 
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