trying to up my final a level grades/motivation

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my final exams are in ~5 weeks, any tips on just busting out revision?? i'm doing maths, further maths and physics.
my predictions were really low (covid+mental health) so i need to get back on track but the content is kinda overwhelming
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This is kinda a personal one but I like to make lists of all the topics I want to go over. Then, once I've done them I can cross them off, which usually lifts my mood and gives me motivation to keep going.
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my final exams are in ~5 weeks, any tips on just busting out revision?? i'm doing maths, further maths and physics.
my predictions were really low (covid+mental health) so i need to get back on track but the content is kinda overwhelming
I gonna give u an honest answer: STOP BEING A LIL B*** AND GET TO WORK, CREATE A REVSION SHCEUDLE AND STICK TO IT!
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my final exams are in ~5 weeks, any tips on just busting out revision?? i'm doing maths, further maths and physics.
my predictions were really low (covid+mental health) so i need to get back on track but the content is kinda overwhelming
It's a bit random but I find really long videos on YouTube of natural sounds and play those as I'm studying. Things like rainforests, rainfall, wind etc. It might be a personal thing, but I've found that I can study for a good 6-8 hours calmly with that on in the background. (I originally played them for my puppy to calm down, and it was kind of a thing that worked for both of us!) Any other kind of music, like singing etc, proves to be extremely distracting, but this seems to make me more productive than complete silence.

And as the person above said, just do it. Starting is always the hardest, so if you force yourself to just sit down at your desk early in the day, you may surprise yourself with how productive you can be. Good luck!!
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