How to deal with burnout when 2 exams left?

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So I have burnout but still have 2 exams left on mon + tues that I need to revise for, how can I carry on revising whilst being burnt out from work?
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take a long break, this could be a day or a few hours, whatever u feel is the best for you, take this time to relax and wind down, when you start revising again, make sure you take frequent short breaks in your study sessions instead of having bulk sessions
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take a long break, this could be a day or a few hours, whatever u feel is the best for you, take this time to relax and wind down, when you start revising again, make sure you take frequent short breaks in your study sessions instead of having bulk sessions
Okay thank you so much, I have taken a break for the most of today and feel good
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Okay thank you so much, I have taken a break for the most of today and feel good
that’s good to hear!! good luck with studying and make sure you take care if yourself x
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that’s good to hear!! good luck with studying and make sure you take care if yourself x
thank you so much, I definitely overworked myself b revising for 8 hours (or more) for more than 3 days because I want to get all A* predictions for medicine
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take a long break, this could be a day or a few hours, whatever u feel is the best for you, take this time to relax and wind down, when you start revising again, make sure you take frequent short breaks in your study sessions instead of having bulk sessions
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thank you so much, I definitely overworked myself b revising for 8 hours (or more) for more than 3 days because I want to get all A* predictions for medicine
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Don’t study for a whole day, take an hour/ two hour breaks in between studying. Don’t study late at night and try to go to bed at a certain time. You’ve got this!
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Don’t study for a whole day, take an hour/ two hour breaks in between studying. Don’t study late at night and try to go to bed at a certain time. You’ve got this!
I used the Pomodoro method whilst revising for 8 hours with 50 minutes of work and 10 minute breaks. It is just that I did that for a quite a few days in a row that made me really tired. I have to care for my parent who had an accident now so am glad that I did all of that revision before otherwise it would have been really difficult to all of that now
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So I have burnout but still have 2 exams left on mon + tues that I need to revise for, how can I carry on revising whilst being burnt out from work?
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