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Exam time Procrastination. Not Ultimate

Posted by stranana on June 30, 2008

Every single person I know that has had to study for anything has fallen victim to the evil lord procrastinator.  This is painfully not ultimate.  When he has you in his grasp you are neither filling your head with potentially useful information nor allowing yourself to take a break.  It is most common that you will find some completely inane task that allows your body to feel like it is doing something while your mind stays half way across the milky way.  Allowing this to continue can turn you into a fish.  PUT YOUR REVISION TO ONE SIDE FOR A MOMENT.  GO TAKE A WELL EARNED BREAK.  SEE YOUR MATES.  PLAY SPORT.  GO FOR A WALK

 

Some classic examples of procrastination are:

1)  Typing “ANS * 2” into your calculator to see how long it takes to get an error by constantly pressing =

2)  Playing internet games like “diner dash” and “feeding frenzy”

3)  Going on multiple cigarette and tea breaks

4)  Making a revision helmet out of a cereal box and some masking tape

5)  Making an “Evil Lord Procrastinator” helmet to go and have that ultimate superhero-villain battle to the death with your housemate who is revising hard wearing their “Captain Reviso” revision helmet

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I’m sure our readers can think of some more good ones to add, probably while they should be revising.

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2 Responses to “Exam time Procrastination. Not Ultimate”

  1. yoni + kreni said

    … inventing excessive strategies to promote revision which actually involve procrastination. eg buy your revising flat mate a pint when you procrastinate (i still have an IOU voucher)

    … watching every episode of every series of red dwarf over a 2 week revision period…

    oh dear

  2. totallyultimate said

    facebook. facebook. facebook.

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