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  • Astaroth says:

    Go out and get wasted

    February 11, 2013 at 2:59 am
  • animemadness says:

    Thats a hard one maybe go home for a couple of days or just take a couple of days off as a break so you really feel like you have had a break to recover from your degree then make yourself a timetable so you can do at least one thing everyday, go to the libary where it is quite so you won’t be distracted, once your into the swing of it you will be on your way again. Don’t worry about missed time you can’t do anything about the past just concentrate on what you can now do in the present and future.

    February 11, 2013 at 3:52 am
  • River Euphrates says:

    Get off of yahoo! answers.

    It is horribly addictive, and probably taking up way too much of your time.

    Try to determine what all distractions are keeping you from your work, and find ways to eliminate them.

    Find someplace quiet to study, and put together a schedule – make sure to stick to it.

    Make sure you are eating right, and getting plenty of exercise too.

    February 11, 2013 at 4:13 am
  • Jules says:

    These are some of the things that help me:
    Go and study in the library as there are fewer distractions;

    promise yourself you’ll do something fun as a reward for studying (playing the Sims 2 is my favourite);

    do your reading in small chunks so that it’s not too overwhelming (apparently the average person’s attention span is 20 minutes!);

    try doing your reading in bed just before you go to sleep as you’re less likely to want to do anything else at that time

    and above all, keep visualising the end outcome, imagine how good it will feel to go and collect your degree and keep that thought fixed in your mind.

    Good luck.

    February 11, 2013 at 4:44 am
  • KhattamShud says:

    I agree with the others about breaking up the study, but I would also recommend talking to your personal tutor. Everyone has crisis of study at some point & they are bound to have seen this many times. They also know your subject, so would be able to give specific advice. It’s what they are there for!
    Best of luck with it, don’t give up!

    February 11, 2013 at 5:40 am

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