Motivation To Revise

Motivation To Revise
Keep your motivation in check when it comes to revision and you will go on to do great things!

With schools and universities now re-opening, I thought it would be beneficial to write a post on the topic which everyone dreads which is revision. Make sure to not procrastinate when it comes to revision otherwise you will be giving your future self more work to do in a smaller time frame which is going to be very stressful.

When the thought of revision comes to mind, negative connotations are what comes to the brain first. Instead of thinking of revision as a huge task in front of you, think of it as a stepping stone to getting the grade you want to achieve. If you can picture your future self with the grade that you want along with all the celebrations that come with educational success, this will allow you to revise more efficiently and will actually make you want to revise because you know subconsciously that it will pay off in the long run.

Know that the revision ahead of you is temporary and the grades are permanent. With this key mantra in your head, it will allow you to push through any revision you have scheduled because you will have the mindset that the work you are putting in now will forever be against your name and that grade stamped on that piece of paper will all depend on the revision you do beforehand.

You don’t want to regret the fact that you didn’t put in enough hours to revise. Come Results Day, you want to be fully confident in yourself that you did the best you could. Trust me when I say that I’ve been in that boat where I didn’t revise fully for an exam and the nerves shot through the roof when getting the results back. It was a mock exam to be fair, but the nerves were still sky high!

The final bit of motivation should be inner motivation. You should want to do well for yourself because it will help develop a mentality that whatever you put your mind to, you will succeed. I can honestly say that I have had this mentality since primary school and still have it to this day. Whether it is sports, games, family life, education, work etc… I always put 100% in everything I do and that way, I can never be disappointed with the result. I mean, when I get 2nd place in Warzone, it is a bit of a bummer, but we move on and we try to get the victory in the next game. Develop a mentality to succeed and revision won’t be something you need to motivate yourself for, the motivation will just be there.

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