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I am a class 12 science student and I have coaching classes ~7 hours a day and they start at 10 am and with small frequent breaks they end at 5 Pm. My problem is that I wake up at 8:45 am and I am hardly able to study before my classes start. Also when I reach home I spend two hours relaxing and later when I sit to study I feel fatigued and eventually study for approx 2 hrs. I have tried to sit longer at nights and even to get up very early but without avail. Due to this I don't get enough time for self study. Please advice me how to manage my time better. Thanks!

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Why aren't you studying on weekends? –  JeffO Aug 26 '13 at 18:01

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"Also when I reach home I spend two hours relaxing and later when I sit to study I feel fatigued and eventually study for approx 2 hrs."

Why not get the studying out of the way first, then relax? Or don't relax for so long that you have a hard time getting back into it? (Maybe 20-30 minutes?)

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Definitely - if you allow your body to relax, it works against you trying to study. Do the work first, relax later. –  Rory Alsop Aug 27 '13 at 15:16

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