How to revise whilst going thru a breakdown

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i have been there kindof- the person whom i trusted most giving discouraging remarks when my exam day is the next day...

what helped me was basically reading aloud all my notes..
reading aloud partially put out my anxious thoughts at bay..
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i have been there kindof- the person whom i trusted most giving discouraging remarks when my exam day is the next day...

what helped me was basically reading aloud all my notes..
reading aloud partially put out my anxious thoughts at bay..
I can't read my notes out with maths tho ;(
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I can't read my notes out with maths tho ;(
thats true ish too hmmm kindof works with the formulas maybe? :hmmmm:
how about grouping the topics that you're confident with and the ones you think are tricky? after sorting them out practice the examples for each? :hmmmm:

also give yourself tick marks for each step you're getting right - i used to find that rewarding in a way
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thats true ish too hmmm kindof works with the formulas maybe? :hmmmm:
how about grouping the topics that you're confident with and the ones you think are tricky? after sorting them out practice the examples for each? :hmmmm:
I think I'm going to go for a walk then have lunch so I'm in a better state of mind
Then do work from 15:00-21:00
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Try using drfrost for maths,and emailing your teacher for exam style questions and then when you get anything wrong search the type of question and watch a video on it and then complete a sheet of it on corbettmaths until you get most right. If you still don’t understand it email your teacher and ask if you can see him/her before the exam so they can explain it to you
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Search for specific subject topics on youtube and watch through them then attempt some past paper questions. Dont stress yourself out too much but just think about the end of the process and what you really want to get out of it. Thank about how you will feel when you achieve those high grades you want and that should motivate you! Best wishes!
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I think I'm going to go for a walk then have lunch so I'm in a better state of mind
Then do work from 15:00-21:00
good call
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