I think probably the main advice I’d give is that although receiving criticism/unfavourable marks is harsh, there’s not really a point to continue dwelling on that. It’s only going to put you into a bad mood during Year 12. So honestly I’d just forget about your prelim marks, they didn’t count in the first place, just worry about what matters now and give it all you’ve got!
Your Teachers when they hear this: *tries to talk you into the beauty of the course*
Your family: *goes on a huge, 1hr rant about the importance of the HSC*
Your peers: *Expresses Sympathy*
jokes aside, here's my opinion on the issue since i'm also at a loss for motivation:
There definitly isnt one single way that works for everyone, since each person have their unique conditions/reasoning behind. So heres just a few things that helps me when im at a loss:
Firstly, know that it wont be long until the motivation automatically comes back to you, the problem being it comes back when you coudn't understand a single word the teacher is saying, and everyone seems to be doing fine. You do not want that to happen. At all costs.
If you cannot find any motivation from your self, the best thing to do is to find an outer environment that will influence you positively. I suggest forming a study group (not one that games/talks instead of studying) or going to a library that you like and study there.
For me personally, one thing that always works is going for a walk early in the morning around the neighborhood.
Hope you get better soon, Year 12 is important!
Hi guys, where can I find yr 12 advanced maths assessment task 1 past papers from other schools (especially applicable to the new syllabus). Our topics are curve-sketching using the derivative & integration. Help would greatly be appreciated!! ThankU!!