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    Default Study Plan Help Please!

    I am studying two courses via correspondence, work 3 days a week, have a toddler and am almost 6 months pregnant.

    I really want these units done before bubs arrives in April.

    Would love to hear your tips of staying motivated and plans to help make sure everything is done.

    TIA

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    I would love to help, but I'm afraid I'm one of those people who starts every semester with grand plans to do all the set work every week, keep on top of my reading, and work on my assignments bit by bit, but I always somehow end up doing everything at the very last minute!
    I only have three units left next year but due in August so thinking of deferring, but then think it might be even harder when I have a 7-15 month old!

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    Do you work somewhere where you can go and do a bit of study either before work, in your lunch break or before going home? I find leaving it until night time the worst as motivation is so low. There is a quiet area at my work so going in an hour early achieves so much.


 

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