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Procrastination verses preparations in CA Exams

Procrastination verses preparations in CA Exams 

Procrastination in simple words is doing unnecessary things and postponing the important tasks….

For example;
a) While studying you think of taking a 5 minute facebook break and end up taking a 60 minutes so called fb break.. b) Staying up all night and studying just before exam…
c) while studying you dream that i’m going to be very rich…or life after clearing CA….tongue emoticon owning posh cars etc etc…. (lol)
If these things have ever happened to you then this article is for you to understand why this happens and how to deal with this problem… Lets see how wikipedia has defined the term procrastination, Procrastination is the practice of carrying out the less urgent tasks in preference to more urgent ones, or doing more pleasurable ones, and thus putting off impending tasks to a later time, sometimes to the “last minute” before deadline….
To be very clear procrastination is not a disease. It is an argument that goes on in your head. One part of your brain wants to study/ work whereas the other part wants to play angry birds/ candy crush. The former part is also known as prefrontal cortex, it is an upper part of your brain which wants to work. The later part is known as limbic system which is like a monkey in your brain taking decisions of doing unimportant tasks. It says, oh! i’ll do it later there is enough time..
Why do we procrastinate?
1) Not knowing where to start.. (kya karu law pehle padhu ya fir income tax)
2) Dreading the displeasure of doing the tasks (SM is so boring waise bhi nind aa jayegi)
3) Fear of failure (this happens when your performance is evaluated)
Tips to overcome procrastination:
1) Metacognition: Thinking about thinking. Everybody procrastinates in a different way. You should identify your thought patterns.
2) Plan goals: Be clear on what exactly you want to do.
3) Plan time: keep deadlines & allocate time for every task.
4) Break projects down into small tasks that are almost insultingly small.
5) Dont expect perfection: It takes a lot of time to be a perfectionist.
6) Plan how you are going to deal with the distractions. Ask yourself “do i really need a 5 minute fb break?” If you dont need it right now then continue doing your task.

Procrastination verses preparations in CA Exams 

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