Revision Struggles – OurWarwick

Revision Struggles

Hey everyone! I hope you all had an amazing Christmas and are currently counting down for the New Year – I’m so excited for 2017. I bet loads of you are out having fun right now, I’m sadly sitting on my sofa watching films and eating ice cream with no fun plans, hopefully some of you are also in the chilled out club with me.

I would love to end the year off with a high, but I need to have a quick mini rant with you all. During the first week of these Christmas holidays, I spent it settling in and doing a bit of revision here and there. However, from then on so for the last two weeks, I have been busy non-stop with Christmas plans like seeing family, going to events and going to work – it’s been crazy! In the past two weeks I literally only had one free day to do revision, my stress levels are high. Now with only one more week of the holidays, I thankfully have no family plans and have only booked in one work shift, so I can get some serious revision done for my January exam. I just want to know if any other students feel this sort of stress during the Christmas holidays?

I feel like the Christmas holidays should be a time for relaxing, having fun, spending time with friends and family and I hate the feeling of guilt about revision! In my opinion, I feel like January exams should be banned… To me, my January exam really doesn’t feel real, but I’m so scared for it. I’m hoping I can get my act together and get some serious revision done in the next couple of days. Thankfully I only have one January exam, I seriously feel bad for any of you who have more than one! I’m sure we can all get through it and do the best that we can.

Sorry about the little rant – someone please comment below and tell me that they are struggling with revision during Christmas too so I don’t feel alone! I hope you all have a great rest of the holidays though and relax while you can, and HAPPY NEW YEAR (for in a few more hours). I’ll see you all in 2017.


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