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Put your student gym membership to good use and hit the treadmill! Exercise releases endorphins which help combat the revision lull, often sparking creativity and wakefulness without the crutch of drugs. If you don’t have a gym membership, something as simple as a walk or a jog will get you out of your room and away from the books for a while.PlanningExtra planning can take you far. Sick of cramming essays into the space of a week, or even a few days before the deadline? It can be handy to make a colour-coded timetable or bullet journal containing all your deadlines, proposed study periods, and most importantly – breaks! Don’t be unrealistic with this – let’s be honest, nobody’s going to do eight solid hours of revision – but once you’ve drawn it up, try and stick to it. Putting specific topics or essay questions in the timetable will allow you to track your progress more easily, so you know which goals you’re working towards.BreaksDon’t forget to take a break once in a while! The thought of leaving your studying can be daunting, especially when deadlines are looming, but it’s important to give your mind a rest. Going back to things with a fresh outlook can often be a blessing – you’ll be able to look over your work with a more critical eye.This article is sponsored by BrainZyme. Find out more here.Use the discount code NationalStudent10 for 10% off at the checkout.
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