focus drifting away

itachiuchiha
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focus drifting away

Postby itachiuchiha » Sun Feb 10, 2013 12:43 am

what do y'all do to get your mind right? my focus just isn't there like it used to be. June test coming quick. HELP!

TERS
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Re: focus drifting away

Postby TERS » Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:08 am

coke

nugnoy
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Re: focus drifting away

Postby nugnoy » Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:40 am

I think about the night before the test and how I'd kill for 3 more hours haha. This is probably the most motivating of various things.

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heythatslife
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Re: focus drifting away

Postby heythatslife » Sun Feb 10, 2013 4:30 am

First, you need to chilll. Burn-outs are not uncommon, but luckily for you, the June test is NOT coming quick. 4 months is a lot of time. You can still afford to take a few days off from LSAT prepping. Also, I advise that you stay away from TLS during this period, because it'll keep you anxious about taking time off. The idea is to take your mind off the darn thing and come back refreshed after a break.

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RhymesLikeDimes
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Re: focus drifting away

Postby RhymesLikeDimes » Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:50 am

Nothing wrong with taking a couple days off to recharge, especially this early in the game.

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Re: focus drifting away

Postby bp shinners » Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:13 pm

RhymesLikeDimes wrote:Nothing wrong with taking a couple days off to recharge, especially this early in the game.


This.

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eliztudorr
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Re: focus drifting away

Postby eliztudorr » Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:51 pm

personally, i tried taking a day off. and find my brain completely malfunction the day i return to my studying...like i forget everything...and it takes half a day to resume to the "LSAT mode." did not like that feeling at all.

so my plan is if i ever felt burnt out, id just do 1/3 of the load i usually do on the "day off."

as for focus. go running. im not at all an athlete but i work out 30 min a day. and it help me focus. and don't try to tie yourself up at the table for 4 hr straight. just build it up. one section at a time.

best of luck.




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