why does my mum always tell me to study?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 07:55
I am doing my GCSEs too! Really, it is always good to be ahead of the game. It is my holiday too and I am revising as well, what helps me is a timetable. With regular breaks, and recreation afterwards, revising isn't so hard. And if you aim for 100% you are guaranteed to get 99%. So what I am trying to say, is revision helps. There are twenty four hours in a day, study for 4 hours and you have 20 left to do what ever. Your mother isn't nagging she is doing what's best for you, because that's what parents do, she is giving constructive criticism, prove her wrong by revising in front of her. And next September you are going to look back at this and think, that revision really helped, now I have my A stars. Haha mum! I hoped this confusing answer helped...
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 07:57
Hey Robin Merry Christmas mum is pushing you because she cares. It's worth it to get better grades. All this effort will pay dividends in the future. that said, you could tell your mum you need time to relax. make a timetable that includes study and free time. worth it in the end, promise!
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 07:59
She wants the best for you. She might not be going about it in the right way, but if she didn't care about your future, she wouldn't say anything to you. Better to have a mom who cares too much than not at all, don't you think? Reviewing a little every day really does help. Wishing you well!

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