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    Yes. Panicking is one word to describe it.
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    panicking and yet still procrastinating
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    Yes. French oral tomorrow, therefore in a desperate attempt I was listening to French radio au lieu de music. Still in a trance - stressed but not doing anything about it. I've not even started to procrastinate!
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    I got CPT3 today, and I'm doing some revision and predicting questions that will not be asked in my notes.
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    I started panicking last week, but i've already had 2 exams so calmed down a bit. Currently revising for eng lit tomorrow (only revision i've done for it all year :eek: )
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    there is no point in panicking! it just wastes revision time.
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    I've gone past the panic stage now, I think! Just getting on with revising, although not doing enough really at the moment. Never mind, I work best when I'm under pressure so the closer the exam is the harder I work.
 
 
 
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