I know at this point at the mention of work, forum members on en masse will poke their pointy sticks at me in a jedi style, but I need some help.
Basically, at the moment I have so much going on, and being me, I'm getting stressed.
At the moment, my main concern is my oncoming Cambridge interview and the preparation for that. I have to go over the background work to the essays I sent (AS work), go over books which I read for my personal statement, and think about why I want to go there etc. It's just going to be taking up so much time, and is quite important really. I know people will say, it's not the only university, and I'm capable enough etc etc but it's just stressing me out.
So, that is taking most of my time up, and it is my main priority at the moment. The problem with this is that I have 2 long term projects - History coursework (I still have 3 books to read and make notes on and decide whether I can write a coherent essay by December 19th), and Sociology coursework which I ahve to write and carry out which will take time. Then, large bits of homework. To make it worse, I have a huge Sociology test (which involves revising all my work I've done this year) and my Grade 8 in the same week, and then a Sociology module in January
How am I supposed to prioritise with so much going on? I just end up feeling yucky because I get make myself stressed, and just panic...so, can anyone suggest any ideas. Sorry for my moan, I feel silly