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    i really cant work in the day - too much distractions.
    so ive decided to revise from 8-12/1ish
    is this a wise decision ?
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    (Original post by goldstander212)
    i really cant work in the day - too much distractions.
    so ive decided to revise from 8-12/1ish
    is this a wise decision ?
    Whatever suits you. Although I know a lot of people work better in the morning because their mind is fresher from a nights sleep.
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    depends how well you concentrate at night. If you're falling asleep I wouldn't recommend it- you're hardly going to be productive. But if you find that you can get most done at night then it's probably best, but don't sacrafice your sleep!
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    It's fine! Whenever you've got time/feel best placed. If you choose to go into the professions, you'll have to revise at night later on because you'll normally be working for a firm via a training contract; law, accountancy, insurance etc. So in some respects, it's good to get used to revising at night
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    Yea, sometimes i find it good to revise at night. I sit with my duvet and look over books/make notes and it's actually nice.

    I've heard that facts "sink in" when you look at them just before you sleep. I don't know whether that's an old wive's tale though! I suppose it means there are no distractions later in the "day" to make you forget?!

    Personally i'd only revise though, wouldn't do a page of maths sums as i think i'd be too "relaxed" for them.
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    (Original post by burgerrr)
    Yea, sometimes i find it good to revise at night. I sit with my duvet and look over books/make notes and it's actually nice.

    I've heard that facts "sink in" when you look at them just before you sleep. I don't know whether that's an old wive's tale though! I suppose it means there are no distractions later in the "day" to make you forget?!

    Personally i'd only revise though, wouldn't do a page of maths sums as i think i'd be too "relaxed" for them.
    The 'sink in' thing sounds like rubbish to me. It just comes down to how you prefer to work. If you're a morning person etc.

    I agree with you about doing maths in the day. Subjects where the revision is quite intensive like maths/physics/chemistry etc. requires you to be awake and have a lot of concentration. But if you're reading through a textbook or a book for english it's fine to do it at night.
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    Yeah, it's fine Whenever you think suits you best. I do really early mornings and it seems to work well so you'll be fine. Whatever floats your boat really.
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    Urn it all depends on how you revise. Personally I think that's too late but so long as you have breaks, sure. I dont know about the whole, around 12ish thing though. That's late, and it's a time you need sleep.

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