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    (Original post by HeskeyLAD)
    Go to sleep. Now. Staying awake for about 26+ hours prior to the exam will melt your brain.

    Unless you have a lot to cover. The choice is yours.
    What did you do or what are you going to do?
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    What did you do or what are you going to do?
    I don't have an early lesson tomorrow so I'm free to surf on the web for a while. You'd best start revising seeing as you're probably going to do an all-nighter.
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    (Original post by HeskeyLAD)
    I don't have an early lesson tomorrow so I'm free to surf on the web for a while. You'd best start revising seeing as you're probably going to do an all-nighter.
    Oh its not tomorrow it is next Thursday
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    (Original post by AceThug)
    Oh its not tomorrow it is next Thursday
    Oh right lol. I do A-level so I have no idea. This is GCSE right?

    Okay, don't bother doing an all nighter then. It's really easy to make mistakes when your brain is deprived of sleep.
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    You must sleep or nothing will go into your brain! try to study smartly and do questions you don't quite get and watch math past paper YouTube tutorials.
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    why pull an all nighter now... for next Thursday? . Not only will you not be able to work at your best now (energy drinks will be useful for the first 1 hour), you're depriving yourself of sleep throughout the next day so you're prob just gnna make it up tmo (wasting valuable revision time) or it'll REALLY mess up your sleeping patterns. Sleep for 5-6 hours then wake up and work
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    at least 6 hours of sleep bc I didn't sleep much before chemistry and the only thing that kept me going was coffee.. then after the exam I was sooo spent
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    (Original post by AceThug)
    fhgf
    Sleep
    You sound like you need it
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    (Original post by SM45367)
    why pull an all nighter now... for next Thursday? . Not only will you not be able to work at your best now (energy drinks will be useful for the first 1 hour), you're depriving yourself of sleep throughout the next day so you're prob just gnna make it up tmo (wasting valuable revision time) or it'll REALLY mess up your sleeping patterns. Sleep for 5-6 hours then wake up and work
    It is for next thurday not today
 
 
 
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