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I'm doing a diploma in interior design and i am finding it really hard, its not the interior designing i find hard its the studying i have to do, with 2 kids a house a business to run too, its fitting it in really that i am getting organised now with my daughter starting pre school on monday that will give me some time to study. how does everyone else who is studying get on?
 

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I'm studying at the minute for my maths GCSE exam on Monday.

I have never been good at studying so I am making myself revise as if I get my C this year then I won't need to do maths ever again. I work 40 hour weeks 10 hour days and trying to fit revision in too!

Can't wait to never have to do maths again! (if I pass! LOL)
 
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DebbieR

If you ever find out how to do it, tell me ? I've never studyed for anything in my life and I'm trying to get through the rodentology course :o Not only is the information a lot to take in - I just don't know how to study :-\
 
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i find writting it down helpful lol but boring having to right down what is on paper already but it helps to keep it in my head.
 
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Yes I tried that too. I think my brain has a force field round it to stop useful information getting in ;D
 
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kellyspiggies

according to my study guide do little bits of work but often at a time it helps or set a target and say i will do 2-3 questions or whatever and that helps too
 

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Make promises as treats for yourself (ie when I have written this essay/ read this chapter I will have a beer/ some chocolate/ phone a friend whatever). This was suggested by my GCSE biology teacher and it's a good one.
 
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But then I'll only think about the treat and not the studying ;D
 
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