After spending however long in a hall of pure silence and finally being able to walk out and let out a breath of air, I find that sometimes it’s the aftermath of an exam that can be the most stressful part of it. Personally, its the worst part of an exam day, I can’t stand it! I’m not someone that likes to analyse my paper very often and if I feel like it’s been a bad exam the last thing that I want to do is talk about it. So, there’s how I cope with the stress that comes after sitting an exam. View Full Post

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Growing and going through Secondary School, there were so many things that people had told me about being in secondary school. A year and a half after I’ve left and gone to sixth form, I started to realise that all of those things are necessarily true. So, here are four lies, or at least four statements that aren’t always true, about secondary school.

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If there’s one thing that I’ve always needed when I’m revising, it’s music. I can’t stand revising in silence but I also hate hearing people around me talk or just random noise so I always have some kind of music on when I’m doing work. The majority of the time, I need a lot of motivation to get me to do any kind of work so I created my motivation playlist to help me try and get some work done.
There’s a massive mismatch of songs on there, there are some that I feel are pretty inspirational, upbeat ones that make me want to get through my work a little faster and a few songs for musicals that cheer me up. So, without further ado, here’s my motivational playlist on Spotify.

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Going back into school after results was a bit of a relief given that I thought that I would be starting Year 13 having to make up for some particularly bad results. In the end, they came back a lot better than I thought they were going to be, so I felt like I was able to start this new school year on a pretty good foot.

The past term has been taken over with applying for university. It’s been hectic and a little stressful to deal with but I was finally able to send off my application midway through November and started to hear back from universities. I applied for Medical Engineering in Swansea, Cardiff, Sheffield, Hull and Strathclyde and right now. Thankfully, I’ve now heard back from all five so it’s time that I start picking out my firm and insurance choice.

I’ve been spending the past couple of months starting to make revision notes ready for mocks and Summer exams. I’m in the middle of feeling like I have enough time to revise and feeling like there’s no time at all. Even though Summer does feel far away, I know the months are going to start flying by now.

Mock exams are going to be starting in two weeks and I so thankful that I’ve only got two this year. Between my physics and maths paper, allocating time to revise both hasn’t been all too difficult but I cannot wait to get them out of the way so there’s just a little less pressure on me.

Other than that, I know that the next few months are going to be a little bit busy. I’ve got university applicants’ days coming up, tests and a whole load of revision that isn’t waiting for anyone but I’m going to try and face it all with the best attitude that I can.

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