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Richard's study tips

Making lists, setting realistic goals and listening to my body is the way to make it through exam season!

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What usually helps me prepare is to write down everything I want to do on one day on a sheet of paper to have my goals in front of me. This way, I have my goals physically in front of me.

Sometimes I also work through checklists. I try to set my goals as realistically as possible so that I am not disappointed in myself at the end of the day.

Of course, like everyone else, things sometimes don't work out the way I wanted them to. That's why I try to condition myself with food. When I have successfully completed my tasks on a given day, I treat myself to something tastier in the evening than I would if I hadn't managed to do everything.

I also try to listen to my body as much as I can. This means that my body tells me to sleep until eleven o'clock, and then I do that. I still manage to achieve my daily goals because I try to organise my free time as flexibly as possible.

I keep the weekend free, yes, even though I'm a student, to have something to look forward to throughout the week.


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