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i hate revising and i procrastinate a lot, im pretty sure im allergic to studying. im not stupid so my grades arent terrible but i wanna get As so anyone got any tips?
also im in yr13 and doing alevels, i dont know when my grades will be decided but im trying to get most content covered in 5 weeks, i just dont know how (doing maths, physics, business)

thanks if you contributed otherwise i hope this threads helps other lazy people like me
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Hi there,

Revising can be so dull at times, and I remember when I was in school and having to revise subjects that I wasn't completely interested in, it made it a lot harder to want to revise. Something that has really helped me over the years was having no distractions around me when I was revising as this was my biggest downfall. Not having my phone around me, or the television on in the background really helped to focus on the task at hand and not get distracted by other things. I also found that if I revised in an area that I did not associate with relaxing, such as my bedroom, helped me get in the right mindset to focus properly! Sometimes you really have to discipline yourself and put yourself in the right mindset to revise, even when you don't really want to!

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I recommend bright colours and flashcards.
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(Original post by the_icy_goldfish)
i hate revising and i procrastinate a lot, im pretty sure im allergic to studying. im not stupid so my grades arent terrible but i wanna get As so anyone got any tips?
also im in yr13 and doing alevels, i dont know when my grades will be decided but im trying to get most content covered in 5 weeks, i just dont know how (doing maths, physics, business)

thanks if you contributed otherwise i hope this threads helps other lazy people like me
Sleep earlier! And make a revision schedule just a few months left, your hard work will pay off
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(Original post by the_icy_goldfish)
i hate revising and i procrastinate a lot, im pretty sure im allergic to studying. im not stupid so my grades arent terrible but i wanna get As so anyone got any tips?
also im in yr13 and doing alevels, i dont know when my grades will be decided but im trying to get most content covered in 5 weeks, i just dont know how (doing maths, physics, business)

thanks if you contributed otherwise i hope this threads helps other lazy people like me
Go in with a positive mindset ( extremely difficult I know, but try to). Turn your phone off. Tell yourself you are just going to revise for 5 minutes and before you know it you will actually want to revise a bit.
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(Original post by NardDog)
Go in with a positive mindset ( extremely difficult I know, but try to). Turn your phone off. Tell yourself you are just going to revise for 5 minutes and before you know it you will actually want to revise a bit.
Oooh I like this trick, thanks!
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Sleep earlier! And make a revision schedule just a few months left, your hard work will pay off
I have 6 weeks until my exams, do you think this is enough time?
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I have 6 weeks until my exams, do you think this is enough time?
You have to use your time very efficiently and do many practise papers/questions. Focus on your weakest subject. What time do you work the best? If this means waking up at 5am and sleeping earlier you can do that. Try do extra work and send to your teachers just to show you have been working hard if your exams dont go that well. Anyways you got this work hard and you will succeed.
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