Have you ever stayed up all night just to try to memorize formulas for your Maths? Or do you memorize a set of formulas today and forget all about them tomorrow? It seems to me that these formulas keep pulling you back to your old books instead of moving on.
When you sit down to study, how do you transfer that massive amount of information from the books and notes in front of you to a reliable spot in your mind? You need to develop good study habits. At first, it'll take a good deal of conscious effort to change your studying ways, but after a while, it'll become second nature, and studying will be easier to do.
It's only human to be behind in something you were meant to be studying, and it's fairly normal for students to be way behind in some things with just a decent amount of time left. However, sometimes, in exceptional cases, you may find yourself ridiculously behind and not have an absolute clue of it, with only hours before the test.
Whether this came due to illness, a complete misinterpretation of what was going to be on it or even pure procrastination, it's not important now; it's important to note that this is definitely NOT guaranteed to work, but if you learn on, you can get tips on how to pass anyway!
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