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studying over the easter break

Hello! im a higher SQA student and studying for my 2024 higher exams over the Easter break- i go on to school on monday for a week then its exam leave. Ive done 35 hours total over the 2 week break and im scared i havent done enough and wondering if i should do more but im really not in the mood to do any more this weekend- should i or am i okay?- Also ive spent most of my time doing higher modern studies and i feel as if i still know nothing
Original post by lilybrown16
Hello! im a higher SQA student and studying for my 2024 higher exams over the Easter break- i go on to school on monday for a week then its exam leave. Ive done 35 hours total over the 2 week break and im scared i havent done enough and wondering if i should do more but im really not in the mood to do any more this weekend- should i or am i okay?- Also ive spent most of my time doing higher modern studies and i feel as if i still know nothing

35 hrs is a good amount of time spent over the easter break. normally you dont notice the improvements that youve done during your revision but you will know when you do questions - same thing happeened to me for french, i felt like i didnt improve even tho i was revising but now im getting higher scores. lucky you have study leave too, our only is only for 1 week before the exams
Original post by lilybrown16
Hello! im a higher SQA student and studying for my 2024 higher exams over the Easter break- i go on to school on monday for a week then its exam leave. Ive done 35 hours total over the 2 week break and im scared i havent done enough and wondering if i should do more but im really not in the mood to do any more this weekend- should i or am i okay?- Also ive spent most of my time doing higher modern studies and i feel as if i still know nothing

Hi!

I'm an A-level student and speaking from experience, I'll try and give my best advice! First of all, you should be proud of yourself of the work that you have done this week because it requires a lot of dedication and motivation, so well done! I've been in a similar position to you before during mocks and other exams, and I found that it's honestly just better to give yourself a break because the work that you will end up doing on the weekend won't be fully productive as you're not in the mood to study so, to prevent burnout it's honestly okay to take a break once in a while, and if you feel as if you may need to catch up on some work do whatever you can, for example, set yourself a limit that you'll do two hours work maximum and take a break and do more work the next day or take a break again! It's close to exam season and as much as studying is important so is taking care of yourself because you want to be able to perform your best!! I hope this was of any help, and good luck for your exams too!! 🙂

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