Hey everyone,

Im in my last year of school and my most important exams are coming up, these exams will decide whether I get into university or not. This is my second year doing this year because last year I f**ked up my exams so I repeated. I don’t want it to happen again. I really need advice on how to study and what to do and what not to do. I just feel really lazy, and im very pessimistic about life. Ever since I saw loose change, I got addicted to the internet, sitting on my ass all the time, I didn’t really care about life anymore because of what I see happening in the world. I think it’s because im not doing much exercising which is making me feel lazy. If
Anyone wants to second that, or give me advice or links please do. I appreciate it
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replied March 6th, 2007
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My advice would be go get all your studying done early and make sure you have a nice long sleep the night before, dont spend it studying all night and truth is...... if you dont know your stuff the night before you never will so get a good nights sleep and you will be able to think better the next day!

Also, i dont know how you learn but i like to write things down and there is a myth that you learn more when you write it down, this is not saying rewrite your whole work again but write dot points so it can jog your memory.

Thirdly and most importantly.............Dont stress!!!!

Goodluck and im sure you will do a great job!
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replied March 7th, 2007
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