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Neppy

809d

I have some big exams coming up (SATs, AP, and regular exams) and I was wondering if anyone had any tips to help focus/not waste time. I've never tried meds because I've always been told they make you feel like a zombie, but maybe it's something I should look into? At least maybe to just take on days I need to focus.

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    • bee.bee

      809d

      ugh i am right with you honestly, ive been thinking about goinf back on meds because of all of my big exams coming up, i did feel like a zombie when i was taking them but at the same timw they helped my focus. i would take them on the days you feel like studying like week days and skip the weekends, i dont know, take at your own risk i guess!

    • bomb

      809d

      avoid distracting places, work someplace undistracting

    • bee.bee

      809d

      ugh i am right with you honestly, ive been thinking about goinf back on meds because of all of my big exams coming up, i did feel like a zombie when i was taking them but at the same timw they helped my focus. i would take them on the days you feel like studying like week days and skip the weekends, i dont know, take at your own risk i guess!

    • arsynwisteria12

      809d

      study wise, try listening to mario kart music, it helps me out a lot and im able to finish an essay, that would normally take me like a week to write, in 2 days

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