Hi Jaime. There are ways of juggling with items of priority at the moment and you should be completing the elements of your course which are due first before others. I know it is tough, with both the academic side with the teaching placements you do in the training. Always think positively about what your ultimate goal is - to be a teacher and that you like being around young learners and helping them to learn. After all these are reasons for which most of us become teachers. Every day you should aim to plan your time effectively. Failure to do so would result in you becoming more stressed and in a panic. Anxiety levels will be high, after all training is tough - remember to do the things you have to and do them well, both at uni and school. Also take time for yourself and have a day off (when you can, most teachers will have saturday off) and think about anything but teaching. You can then be more refreshed when attacking the next............. In my training I was very organised - too organised but I did pass way before any others on my cohort with M-level. It was tough but then teaching is tough (one of my friends, he is 50 year old had a heart attack just recently and he is also like me a sec maths teacher). Just learn how to become more effortless in what you do and do not worry too much. Just concentrate on how best to make the pupils learn (LP's + LE's) and make sure you are top of your university assignments and you'll be fine Jaime.