I'm currently studying for the LSAT and I just graduated from college in June. I have this horrible habit of procrastinating, and God knows that you're screwed if you do that with the LSAT; but I find that it still happens to me. I'm a smart girl, but sometimes my mind wonders a bit, and I have trouble focusing on my work. I work part-time and I have a pretty busy schedule. Sometimes when I'm trying to study, I get soooo tired that I fall asleep and fall behind on my studies. PLEASE HELP!!! I'm open to any suggestions to stay awake, increase my concentration, my memory and decrease my procrastination. Is there anything I can do, or perhaps drink/eat to help me out??? I'm sure most of you will say, sleep more at night, which I've been getting better at recently, but I still would appreciate more suggestions!
There are energy drinks for sale but you have to research the contents to make sure they are not harmful. Some contain caffeine which may work for you.
I think it is important to set reasonable goals like I'm going to do 25 problems per night in order to get through this book. Then you pick out a reward that would help you get through this. You could buy yourself a tune from iTunes or you could buy yourself bag of truffles from Rite-Aid. I have two children and when they can't get through important things, I set up external rewards.
The good thing is that almost everyone goes through what you do, so if you can find a solution, you will be ahead of the game. Has anybody taught for Kaplan or Princeton Review?
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