..and here's his advice on how to revise effectively, from the School Gate blog:
Ten minutes is all that it takes with the ‘10-minute rule’ whenever you get stuck.
o Ditch those four-hour sessions you planned, where only 10 minutes actual work is done.
o Start with the 10 minutes you know you will do. Then have a 10-minute break and start again.
o Anyone can do that. So can you.
o When working work and when relaxing relax. The two don’t mix. Remember that.
o No texting friends, looking out of the window or playing with the cat. And your room can wait for another few years to be tidied.
o So now you have started, doubled the time you normally work in an evening and had a 10-minute break, all within the first half hour.
o Increase the working periods to 30 or 40 minutes and keep the breaks at 10 or less.
o Sorted? Well ‘ish’ at least. Don’t think about it, just do it – now!
o Congratulate yourself for having done it. You’ve made a start.
o Staring into space won’t help but the ‘10-minute rule’ will whenever you have difficulty in starting something you don’t want to do.
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