AuthorTopic: Anyone else have no motivation right now
@2020-02-01 01:38:17
I was in the library last night trying to crack the books. I maybe read for like 20 minutes before I started watching old vine videos for two hours. The other thing that made it tough is my girl studied with me a bunch and was a contributing factor to me passing L2 and we split. So right now I associate studying with her.

which is the softest thing I’ll ever write.

I want this crap to be over so bad.
@2020-02-12 23:53:08
I think the starting to study part is the hardest for all exams. For Level 3, my original plan was to start in January 2019 but I didn’t end up starting until first day of March because I had 0 motivation to start. Every time I would sit down to try and study, I would pull my phone and start playing some game (hint: put your phone in silent mode and place it somewhere out of reach). I'm sure you know this from previous levels, but as the days go by, studying will become more natural and you won't feel demotivated.

Personally, I found Level 3 to be a lot more interesting/entertaining in terms of the curriculum than Level I and Level II, and it definitely felt easier than Level II. Sure, the essay part is a bitch, but as long as you are comfortable with the material, and you do enough mock exams, you will have no trouble passing at all.

Good luck, you're almost there!

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