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can someone give me tips to find motivation to study
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dont stay awake till 3 in the morning
sleep early wake up at 8/9 am
use flashcards- memorise things
use revision guides
past papers are really good

watch 'i failed my gcse's' or ' i failed my alevels' depends what youre doing . they help lmao
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dont stay awake till 3 in the morning
sleep early wake up at 8/9 am
use flashcards- memorise things
use revision guides
past papers are really good

watch 'i failed my gcse's' or ' i failed my alevels' depends what youre doing . they help lmao
these are great but i have no exams all my work is course work
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can someone give me tips to find motivation to study
Hey KatyyPetch

Sorry to hear that you're feeling this way  Revision can be really stressful as there's so much to do but I found it really helpful to stick to the same schedule I had in school. This allowed me to work at specific times of the day and I was able to have a free evening once I finished revising. Working in this way also helped me focus as I took a break in the morning and an hour out for lunch so I was sticking to a routine that I was used to. Usually, I'd watch some tv or go out for a walk during my lunch break.

Everyone revises differently and as you mentioned you are assessed on your course work. I didn’t have any exams in my undergraduate degree. After I had a plan for an essay, I would write out my introduction then two paragraphs and take a break afterwards. Usually my essays were 2,000 words so I felt that this was a nice way to break up essay writing. If you can, get up early and get your revision finished so that you have some time to yourself in the evening

Good luck

Melissa- Student Ambassador
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Hey KatyyPetch

Sorry to hear that you're feeling this way  Revision can be really stressful as there's so much to do but I found it really helpful to stick to the same schedule I had in school. This allowed me to work at specific times of the day and I was able to have a free evening once I finished revising. Working in this way also helped me focus as I took a break in the morning and an hour out for lunch so I was sticking to a routine that I was used to. Usually, I'd watch some tv or go out for a walk during my lunch break.

Everyone revises differently and as you mentioned you are assessed on your course work. I didn’t have any exams in my undergraduate degree. After I had a plan for an essay, I would write out my introduction then two paragraphs and take a break afterwards. Usually my essays were 2,000 words so I felt that this was a nice way to break up essay writing. If you can, get up early and get your revision finished so that you have some time to yourself in the evening

Good luck

Melissa- Student Ambassador
thank you.
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