Me too. Never cared about exams but always passed them.
i am a pretty good student and all i can suggest you is you need to study all day and take care of your mental health.
Idk I always procrastinate but also always get things done at time
I feel u mens)), sometimes i think about slapping myself hard
If u don't wanna study u just don't need it bruv. This is what I figured out facing the same problem
getting good grades nowadays is much easier than before since modern society heavily degraded and no one gives a shit about education anymore
Sounds like a joke, but I can make myself do hard things ironically if I say "sigma grindset sigma grindset."
I learned this from some hltv user who used that mantra to get strength while bike riding up hills
I think that it's a pretty common issue among CSGO players lmao. I'd advise you to go see a psychologist and ask him how you can get more disciplined and stop procrastinating
Being in study groups helps me. Then you have other people to push you to do work and that gives me motivation
You need to have:
have decent amount of cash to buy good books, and needed stuff to school.
-Have good relation with teachers.
You must turn studying into an habit.
About procastinating, the roman emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus wrote a book.
The book itself is just his memories but on it you can find his philosophy and his tips to avoid procastination and bad habits.
If you actually think you're somewhat intelligent and competent your grades won't matter.
Try to do something which is fun to you which actually provides value, create something and so on.
Nowadays you can do nearly everything and you don't even need a good degree for 60% of decent-good jobs.
Also, maybe in a few years you will find some motivation to start doing things. Maybe travel the world, or just relax. Dont stress it.
You ADHD? Get some medicine to reduce procrastination.
Hello mens)), if you want to pass the exams you have to spent hours working with full concentration. I know you are a smart person but the exams are not happening to test if you are smart or not. It is all about knowing the subjects and surfing through them. If you don't know the subject of course you won't be successful. Just give yourself 4-5 hours a day to work and i believe you will pass it.
You have to work like csgo pros working every day. Nothing different or special. You have to work like s1mple playing csgo 24/7 to become best
I know exactly how you feel, wanting and needing to do something but being unable to get out of the same routine of checking the app you checked 5 minutes ago. Look up something called executive dysfunction and if it starts making sense you should probably go and talk to a doctor as it can be a sign of late showing ADHD. Don't take this as medical advice though
literally same. most of my classmates arent as intelligent but do better in school because their lives boil down to spending 5-6 hours a day studying. i pass with decent grades and they could be a lot better if i put in even a bit more effort but i find playing csgo a lot more important for some reason. maybe i have adhd or something.
I see this to be a common problem with younger people, I'm on the older end of the spectrum but there is a definitely a common trait where people appear almost unable to compel themselves to do things.
It is interesting because I often find they're willing to put in tremendous of work into things, for example, grinding in an MMO or spending lots of times doing things that don't really have any impact on their lives, but they're willing to do put in a lot of intense hours and focus.
When it does come to productivity they seem to be stuck, as if they can only commit less than 1%, and it's not for lacking a desire or wanting to. It's as if something else is chaining them down.
All I can say is there is an element to habit and discipline that needs to be trained early on. Most likely, in order for you to do something, you need to be genuinely interested in it to do it. Other wise it's a flop of procrastination.
Personally, I'm a dogshit student and I will always be a dogshit student. I never could complete school, but that's not for lack of ability. With very little schooling I eventually just taught myself everything. From advanced mathematics to chemistry to software development to graphic arts to systems administration. I just love learning, but not for school. I never could hack it for school and I failed everything miserably. You might just be similar in that regard, pursue what interests you most and develop the habits that are conducive to productive output and you may find the procrastination feeling going away.
You need to realize what the bigger picture is or have a main driving force behind your work. For me that is the money and effort my parents spend to send me to a good school and that's enough personally to make me motivated to make sure they spend it all well. Find your equivalent and let it mentally drive you.
get a hooker
you need a woman's touch. it is distracting you and you are not able to think clearly without your biological needs taken care of
I just learnt lazy person skill pack aka type really fast, read really fast and pay attention to important info only, make presentations really fast and count what time I need to send everything 5 mins before deadline
I suggest seeking professional help. If you continue like this, you will only hate yourself more and more.
So fun update instead of posting this and then getting on with my work or taking any advice I spent 34 minutes googling random stuff and also doing those internet mental health tests. Did an ADHD and an Autism one to see if I can get a free excuse/maybe an explanation, not ADHD (close thought, and above average on the autism scale. Sounds about right. But then the depression test said I'm very likely to be suffering from depression, that wasn't expected lmao. Not sure what to do with that, guess my mum was right.
I'm not a good student, I've had somewhat the same issue as you're describing. What worked for me was reducing my study load at first (like how many units I enrol in) then bringing it up once I'm comfortable with the university's systems and the programs specific to my course, etc
LGHDTV+ adhd autism confirmed bro