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    Weekday: 6-7 hours. I feel guilty sleeping for longer on a weekday, even when I get my studying and revision done early.
    Weekend: 9-10 hours. A few more hours on a Saturday but less on a Sunday.
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    7 hours weekday, 2 hours weekend.
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    Week days 6-7, weekends 7-12 (depends on the kindness of my family)
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    (Original post by the-black-lotus)
    Week days 6-7, weekends 7-12 (depends on the kindness of my family)
    Latter point is well put.

    8 hours max on a weekday.
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    (Original post by the-black-lotus)
    Week days 6-7, weekends 7-12 (depends on the kindness of my family)
    i cant sleep more than 10 hours, seems like the most common is 6-7 hours.
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    (Original post by NabRoh)
    Latter point is well put.

    8 hours max on a weekday.
    Haha thanks, glad to hear I'm not the only one suffering...
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    (Original post by rougetas)
    Weekday: 6-7 hours. I feel guilty sleeping for longer on a weekday, even when I get my studying and revision done early.
    Weekend: 9-10 hours. A few more hours on a Saturday but less on a Sunday.
    i leave revision till late start about 10pm end up doing it till 2am.
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    (Original post by 20z12)
    i cant sleep more than 10 hours, seems like the most common is 6-7 hours.
    I'd be a permanent zombie if I didn't get my occasional 12 hours of catching up!
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    6-7 like all the time. Regardless of it being days to work or weekend off.
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    exam period - 4?
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    (Original post by spocckka)
    exam period - 4?
    aha this happens to me because i always leave revision to late lol i never learn.
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    (Original post by 20z12)
    i leave revision till late start about 10pm end up doing it till 2am.

    That is what I actually do very often. It's weird but I prefer to start my revision at night, but that means less sleep.
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    Weekdays, about 6 or 7 hours
    Weekends, about 8
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    7.5 weekdays (though just finished school forever so this has changed!) 8-9 on a weekend


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    Sleep? Sleep is for those people who are broke. I don't sleep.
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    4 hours, sometimes 5 on weekdays. I need to start getting more sleep. I sleep for about 12 hours on weekends though, I'm very lazy. :ahee:
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    (Original post by FATchristopher)
    Sleep? Sleep is for those people who are broke. I don't sleep.
    Did Eric Thomas tell you this?
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    I get about 6-7 hours sleep on weekdays and about 8-12 hours on weekends.
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    (Original post by 20z12)
    Did Eric Thomas tell you this?
    Yes. Didn't take long for someone to recognise it!
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    Not nearly enough, probably ~6-7 hours per night at most.

    I have to get up at 6 on weekdays, and I work early and late on weekends, so they're worse, if anything...
 
 
 
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