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    heya well i have my gcses in three months and i am unprepareddddd.
    i have NO i repeat NO motivation, when i want to do work i cant and wont and i dont know why.
    im so stressed and idk what to do and im struggling so much with all my subjects and i did really badly in my mocks.
    some advice please! ;(
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    Get your head down right now, don't wait until it's too late. These will have a bearing on the rest of your life. You will have a much longer summer so that's something to look forward to. In a few years time you don't want to look back and realise that you should have revised more, because frankly that will have no effect. I can't recommend you to start lightly, because it's just too late for that. So my advice is get your head down now, do 25 minutes for each subject a day for about a week and step up your game. Effort achieves
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    (Original post by soniakxx)
    heya well i have my gcses in three months and i am unprepareddddd.
    i have NO i repeat NO motivation, when i want to do work i cant and wont and i dont know why.
    im so stressed and idk what to do and im struggling so much with all my subjects and i did really badly in my mocks.
    some advice please! ;(
    Chiiiillllll, 2 months is exactly the right amount of time for you to get your grades. Just make a good timetable(you have to be willing to rvise) and make sure your revision is good quality.
    For motivation, think about it this way, your last 5 years in high school have been spent learning for these exams, so you cant just not be asked to try now. These last two months are the most important so dont give up, the exams will come easy to you if you actually try to learn the content
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    I agree with doctarv.

    The problem with revision is that people see it as a never ending chore, but it doesn't have to be that way. Do half an hour and relax (maybe come back in an hour to do a little more). Get family and friends involved (they as you the questions with info about it at hand, you answer them). Give yourself intensives for doing it (reward yourself for doing it).

    The worst thing you can do is do nothing. Something is better than nothing. I don't do particularly much for my exams, but the bit I do helps me a lot.

    I hope this helps and good luck with your exams
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    (Original post by doctarv)
    Get your head down right now, don't wait until it's too late. These will have a bearing on the rest of your life. You will have a much longer summer so that's something to look forward to. In a few years time you don't want to look back and realise that you should have revised more, because frankly that will have no effect. I can't recommend you to start lightly, because it's just too late for that. So my advice is get your head down now, do 25 minutes for each subject a day for about a week and step up your game. Effort achieves
    thank youuuu my stress levels have been going crazyyy!
 
 
 
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