Timetable?…what timetable??

I threw out the study timetable this morning, as my alarm went off and i turned over instead of getting up. I still got up relatively early(just gone 9), showered, ate you know all the essentials if one is not going to let this year completely kill them. ๐Ÿ™‚

I then went into my room and decided to disregard the clock all day. I think a lot of us fall into the trap of putting too much stock in the time we spend studying, myself included. I take great pride in studying for hours on end and im not saying that’s a good or a bad thing. But my point is that maybe, instead of getting half of 5 subjects done in 5 hours, get all of a chapter or section of maybe two/three subjects done and be able to get out that trusty highlighter and confidently mark off that sectuon as done.

Even though i dont think thats ever done confidently for a lot of people i think we always think theres another sum to be done or that if a question on cosgraves gov comes up the world will end because you cant remember what that one polititcians name. But the truth is you dont need to learn everything u just need to use what u were able to learn confidently. I wish i could follow my own advice! ๐Ÿ˜€

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