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You won’t be unfamiliar with procrastination. A research shows that about 80%-95% of university students may engage in procrastination and 75% of them have realised the problem. However, many of them are still consistently procrastinating.

Procrastination heavily affects students’ effectiveness and quality of their work. It may cause a sense of guilty, regret and depression which also has impact on students’ mental health.

It’s time to change! Don’t let procrastination cost your time and take up your vital energy. Don’t wait until tomorrow. It only changes when you start from today!

Join us now, no more procrastination.

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