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    Has anyone else got this problem? I worked SO hard for my ASs last year, and then when we went back to school after exams in June I still worked really hard. But since September I cannot motivate myself to work, and I don't know why, even in English Language, the subject I love and want to do at uni.

    If this happened to you, what did you do?
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    (Original post by loopy_laura)
    Has anyone else got this problem? I worked SO hard for my ASs last year, and then when we went back to school after exams in June I still worked really hard. But since September I cannot motivate myself to work, and I don't know why, even in English Language, the subject I love and want to do at uni.

    If this happened to you, what did you do?
    Sort of, I can't be bothered any more really, though I have done quite a lot this past week.

    Don't worry, one exams get closer you'll work harder
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    Sorta, I did flunk my AS's a little, and I've ran out of steam trying to make up for it though
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    Remember your goals in life, write them down on a sheet and put this sheet somewhere you will see it every day. Remember your AS Grades, and remind yourself of the benefits of sucess. Also consider fun aspects, give yourself rewards for achieving each grade. Don't loose focus keep on the ball and you will reap the rewards.

    Good Luck!!!!
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    (Original post by loopy_laura)
    Has anyone else got this problem? I worked SO hard for my ASs last year, and then when we went back to school after exams in June I still worked really hard. But since September I cannot motivate myself to work, and I don't know why, even in English Language, the subject I love and want to do at uni.

    If this happened to you, what did you do?
    Same here, I got really depressed out of boredom during the holidays, and worrying about how school life is nearly over what you (and anybody in this situation needs) is some exams!
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    try dropping your fourth AS.. then decide to take it up to full A2 after 8 weeks...you have to catch up on the coursework, the notes, and keep up in all your other classes!!

    burnt out!?.. I feed off the feeling
 
 
 
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