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For most of my time in education I've been getting by with just doing the bare minimum of work, and it's turned out pretty well. I got decent grades at high school and 6th form, and a low 2:1 in my first year of university.
When I think of how little work I do throughout the year I know I can probably achieve a first, but I just can't motivate myself to sit down and do routine studying - at the moment I only really work to deadlines of essays and exams.
Can H/A recommend any good tactics for studying and getting out of this lazy mindset? If it helps my degree is in Microbiology and Pathology.