But the truth is, it’s common to go through periods when you feel bored during practice tests. You can both be motivated to succeed, as evidenced by your willingness to make the time for practice tests, and sometimes feel distracted or disengaged.
However, just because boredom is a common experience among test-preppers doesn’t mean it’s optimal. Just as you should try to create test-day-like conditions in the environment around you when you're taking practice tests, you should approach your practice tests with the mindset and focus you want to have on test day. So, in today’s blog, we’re going to talk about what to consider if you sometimes (or often) find yourself bored during practice tests.
I’m now going to transition away from using the word “stupid” for one important reason:
On the other hand, his was a common statement, because people so often entertain the idea of doing something that is perfectly within their abilities… but they don’t actually take action.
In addition to what I tweeted last week, I have a few other thoughts in the wake of the news stories.
The quote "you are pure potential" inspires me to connect to the part of me that feels infinite.
While this is beautiful in concept, the idea of potential is also part of a paradox. The flip side of those warm, anticipatory feelings are feelings of dread and anxiety. How could this be? Well, that's the subject of today's video.
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