ok not to brag or anything but apart from times when i really HAD to revise (like in the few days before an exam) i hardly ever did much revision at GCSE or A-level.
This isn't because i didnt want to, but more because i have severe trouble concentrating.
Now i'm at uni, this is becoming a huge problem, and i dont know what to do.
Firstly, i dont want to feel i have some kind of condition if this is normal - i mean, people often say they cant be arsed to do work, but i dont know if that is the say as actually getting the "mental block" that i do when i try and do work.
(reposted here as no one in H+R can be bothered to reply)
get a prescription for adderall.
there's no real answer to it, make yourself revise in a quiet place and sometimes i find that playing music helps, too. there's no need to 'overdo' revision.
random but, do you get enough sleep/good food/water? if not, this can be a problem as 'heavy food :P' can make you feel lethargic and all 'i can't be arsed/too sleeepyyy... *falls asleep on computer*' xD in my gcse's i hardly did any revision yet still came out pretty well but thats just the luck of the draw really, i know its not going to be them circumstances this year so i just recommend alloting periods per day to study either with a friend (this helps me) or alone, and then reward yourself afterwards with a treat. if the matter persists, have a word with your teachers and i'm sure they can help you..?
It's called gtfo the computer stop watching tv and get on with some work youn lazy fag.
Jokes aside, im serious.