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If you still need to read, my advice would be to spend morning and afternoon reading, and writing in the evening.
I know a dissertation is different but for an essay I aim for 500 words an hour working at a relaxed pace.
I had glandular fever, my grandad passed away, my nan went into hospital and i have recently been diagnosed with depression…
I know lots about what I want to talk about, have done research etc but just cant seem to get the words down I either have writers block or end up over analysing what im writein and dleting it or getting stuck becauei dont kno how i wantto phrase it correctly..
now i know i should just get it down so i can redraft but i really struggle with that as i have always been over critical of my self and is a hard habit to change!
Everytime i think about it i start panicking or getting upset because the deadlines fast approaching and that really doesnt help but i cant help it!
I remember by the end of the last semester I'd stupidly landed myself in a position where I needed to write 5,000 words (cumulative, from parts of 3 essays that needed doing) in 2 and a half days.
I managed it with a few hours spare and got 74 in one essay, 71 in another and 67 in the final one.
If you think of it as 750 words a day you'll still have time to edit it at the end.
Just write something and worry less about being perfect because something that gets an ok mark is better than nothing that means you fail.