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    Princess Sparkles Paula's Avatar
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    I’m one of those weird people who loves Revision . How’s it going?
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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    I do too!
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    I wish I loved revision. It was as if somebody flicked a switch on Friday night and I entered revision mode - on edge, stressed out, not sleeping, moody, emotional. I have got 6 weeks of this. My counsellor offered to cancel my appointments so I can concentrate on revision but I said no and I am glad I did - she will get it all poured out to her on Friday. Hubby came home last night and I just threw my toes down and said I can't do this. Exams have always affected me this way.

    I am on 3 weeks study leave then in uni for 2 weeks (including 2 presentations to write) then 4 days study leave - I don't feel it is enough time to revise it all. During my 6 months leave I did bits but nothing of quality and now I am panicking.
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    Deep breaths, lovely. Maybe having a shorter revision period will help you focus better. It’s hard to get into a routine when you have 6 months to do it. I suggest doing 20mins study then take a rest, then repeat. It’s just as important to rest plenty as it is to be looking at the books.

    i have merged your posts, hunni. Please don’t double post
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    I learn it, then write about it, then mark it then take a break. It is a long process so I don't cover enough topics each day.

    Sorry for double posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overwhelmed View Post
    Sorry for double posting.
    No probs
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    Not "nagging" really... Suzi's Avatar
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    Just re read things, do you find making revision cards or notes help? Can you work with someone else? Are you actively studying or getting distracted?
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    I am actively revising alone - I know very few people in my new cohort and they are all working on their dissertation now. I find writing it out after learning it helps and then writing in the bits I missed in a different colour on my huge white board then photographing it helps. Exams have always caused major anxiety for me ever since I started secondary school. Hubby tried to ease my worries tonight while out walking but my b12 Def means I have trouble retaining info (plus I suspect I am very iron anaemic right now making me feel rough but am seeing gp tomorrow). As long as I pass all will be well, I just have to put up with the anxiety until it is over.

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    You can do this, I know you can. Hope that the GP appointment goes well x
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