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When it comes to OCD and the ability to retain information, it could be that the natural process of consolidation is interrupted by intrusive thoughts and corresponding rituals, and more likely ruminations. For example, the brain’s…
Dwelling on the intrusive thoughts holds you back, yet you erroneously believe there is something wrong with your memory, or that you lack the aptitude to learn well. Prolonged ruminations further affect your study, such as dwelling on negative thoughts like, ‘What about my future prospects?’, ‘What if I fail my exams?’ and ‘If I’m not able to study and recall information, what will my point in life be?’
Carol Edwards brings fresh ideas to help you consolidate information, even with intrusive thoughts. She shows you how to step away from ruminations so that you can learn well and achieve your goals!
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Student Tip Sheet – 7 Ways to Beat OCD and Pass Exams
Carol Edwards brings fresh ideas to help students free their brain to think more clearly and confidently about their studies. The attention is on students who are troubled with obsessions and compulsions that are about poor memory and failure. Carol Edward's document helps students tackle "just in case" scenarios, become better at decision-making, chunk information, and more! This material comes with short question sections to strengthen the learning objectives. A unique password into the learning zone can be purchased for just £2.49 or currency equivalent. By entering Carol Edward's reading zone, students get the chance to ask the author questions, build confidence, and get back to healthy study. Individual students or groups around the world welcome. For groups, click on the arrow to add more people. Please allow 1-3 days for your WordPress code to arrive in your inbox. Thank you.
By Carol Edwards 2016. Updated 2019.