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5 minutes ago, uponthesunnah said:

[this wasn't me guys but it sure could have been!]

Lol, same!

10 minutes ago, Anonymous said:

I am addicted to ShiaChat and keep coming here instead of studying. I am facing exams. Need dua. :worried:

Anonymous, maybe you could see coming onto SC as a treat once you have done a certain amount of studying? So say, you will study for an x amount of hours and then use SC for an hour or so at peak times when you are satisfied that you have done a sufficient amount of revising. Just a suggestion, good luck with your exams! :)

 

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mate, you're lucky u aint in my house. By now, your phone, tablet, tv and any other screener would be banned/confiscated

Soldier up! and focus on your studies. SC is not going anywhere, so grab the slipping slipper before it's too late.

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20 minutes ago, Anonymous said:

I am addicted to ShiaChat and keep coming here instead of studying. I am facing exams. Need dua. :worried:

:salam:

In My Exam times , I put one program for myself.

I engaged with myself and Allah to don't come for 2 or3 days.

After that I came.

then Engage after one weeks of Exam, then agian come.

 

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10 minutes ago, saas said:

mate, you're lucky u aint in my house. By now, your phone, tablet, tv and any other screener would be banned/confiscated

Soldier up! and focus on your studies. SC is not going anywhere, so grab the slipping slipper before it's too late.

As much as I hate it when parents do that, I think I will have to do the same to my own children in the future (even tho my parents didn't do it to me alhamdulillah)

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When I was in uni I did a lot of my studying and school work on my laptop and kept getting distracted by Facebook and other stuff online... I don't remember the name of the website anymore, but you could enter certain websites that would be blocked on your computer for certain timeframes (such as when you're studying or writing a paper), and when my semester finished I was able to go back and lift those blocks. I'm sure there's still lots of websites/apps available that do that. 

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Usually i would envision the aftermath of failing and regretting the fact that I didn't study more, that would make me sad to the point where I feel no, I will not let this happen, let's hit the books and ignore all distractions. 

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On 2/10/2017 at 3:38 PM, Anonymous said:

ShiaChat is not going anywhere and will be here when you come back. Go study! NOW! :book: 

Good luck to everyone having their exams. 

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