Something is bothering me about this upcoming exam. I feel really nervous, dissatisfied, despondent and unhopeful. I'd like to work out why.
I know what I've got to do to make me happier - that's if I was doing four or five hours practice a day. And with two weeks left to go, that's really what I need to do.
So why don't I do that? I think this really despondent, unhopeful feeling has something to do with it. I just need to get organised.
It's these days. The exam will come and by that point I'll have no other option but to sit down for four hours and do my best. But I need to practice.
My dread is causing me stress which affects my ability to study.
Really, all I need to do is to get a heads up on a few little topics. The big one is Unit 19-21, i.e. systems of particles, circular motion and rotating bodies and angular momentum.
There's a little situation with Conservation of momentum that my head is struggling to deal with, even though it's relatively simple.
I can only hope.
I just need to work on these last units.
So what I'll do is, I'll restudy those units, i.e. I'll take notes, and do some exercises and examples, and finally some practice exams.
What really gets to me is that there are some people on this module who are already there, and are able to work and revise without thinking about doing other things the whole time. I feel like I'm the worst student here.
Bottom line: as long as I can sit here for the entire day, maybe take one or two guitar breaks, then I'm bound to get something done.
They say not to concentrate on concepts too much, and merely to practice. I really hope I'm prepared on the day.
I leave it there.