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well fudge me

Lonelywolf

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so we had exams this year which are pretty important but not really idk

thought i went really well, did a lot of study for most subjects

 

fudgeing almost failed every exam like wot the shizzle coochie is that about

 

 

the subject i didn't do as much study in was my highest with a C

 

the fudge

fudge this

im not studying ever again

fudgeing bullsfudge



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not if you don't buy me drinks first

 

 

 

But what does this actually mean? I mean, it sucks but if it doesn't reduce your chances of doing what you like then just try and do better next time.

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meh it's only year 11, as long as you pass it's all good

yeah try telling that to my mum

 

how'd you go?

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not if you don't buy me drinks first

 

 

 

But what does this actually mean? I mean, it sucks but if it doesn't reduce your chances of doing what you like then just try and do better next time.

idk i mean i would've liked to have received good marks even if it doesn't count towards my future

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reepicheep, on , said:

 

not if you don't buy me drinks first

 

 

 

But what does this actually mean? I mean, it sucks but if it doesn't reduce your chances of doing what you like then just try and do better next time.

idk i mean i would've liked to have received good marks even if it doesn't count towards my future

Yeah, fair enough. I'm just saying, don't beat yourself up about it.

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For me grade 11 (11th grade?) was important because that's when you take the SATs and stuff.

 

Tough for me to give you much advice since I don't know you personally, but try creating a schedule. Works for me.

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It never hurts to study 15 minutes a day on each subject (even 10 minutes is good). The problem with studying comes with stress. If you stress out too much, your capacity to remember material grows smaller during your study time if you remained stressed out.

 

I've come to learn that "the harder you study, the better the results" creates stress, whereas "the calmer and more prepared you approach studying" will result in better memorization.

 

 

But then again, I have a semi-photographic memory, so I study, but just not extensively and still wind up with As.

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O hai im KAMIL, on , said:

 

meh it's only year 11, as long as you pass it's all good

yeah try telling that to my mum

 

how'd you go?

 

Haven't gotten my report card yet, I dunno why :s Also I took a year 12 subject this year and the results come back in 3 days, I'm so nervous >.<

 

I've come to learn that "the harder you study, the better the results" creates stress, whereas "the calmer and more prepared you approach studying" will result in better memorization.

 

I would say that stress when studying could be a good thing. State-dependent learning is an aspect of memory where your internal environment is the same, or similar, when encoding and retrieving information. If you're stressed whilst encoding information into memory, you'll be able to better retrieve that memory under stress.

 

Now I'm fairly sure sitting end of year exams that are quite important in regards to your future will make you very stressed.

 

I'm not a psychologist but that's what I learned so ye

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It depends how stressed you are. There is some law like the Yerkes-Dodson that basically says there is an ideal level of stress for retrieving information. For studying I don't know if stress is good whatsoever.

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I know how to study and I am super calm and not stressed (thnx to my boi Mozart) during the days leading up to (and the actual) days of exams. I don't know why I didn't score well, I found most of the exams easy, i.e I knew the content in said exams.

 

Ohwel

 

Kamil, I'm doing year 12 subject too (Biology) which I now think I've completely fudgeed due to the results of these ones.

Which subject are you doing?

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