Our expert says:
If you can get 2 out of 5 distinctions with relatively little and late studying, and find the course-work easy, maybe you have no strong motivation to work harder or get even more distinctions. Why would you want more distinctions ? If you have good reasons to want them ; if they would be really valuable for you, it'd be easier to put in more work and achieve them. And it's far from difficult to set yourself higher standards, maybe to read around the subjects, learn even a bit more than required, maybe ask the lecturers for advice on further readings, etc. If you wanted to. Similarly, it shouldn't be difficult to schedule for yourself a couple of weeks for horough revision before exams, in the not-yet-distinctioned subjects. Do you have other things that are much more fun and far more valuable, to do, instead ?
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