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Going to bed at 2am and waking up at 8am... BAD idea, if exam is at 1pm? watch

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    (Original post by Ali M)
    im sleeping at 1 am tonight,
    getting up at 4;30 am and doing a 9am exam.
    then going home after the exam,
    workiing all the way till 9pm,
    sleeping at 10
    then getting up at 4am working
    then doing a 9 am exam.
    then im done.
    I was gonna say no that's a really stupid idea, but I guess as you only have two exams and then you're done it's not too bad. 4am is very early though!

    And I find that if I only have 2 or 3 hours sleep I'm actually more tired than if I'd have stayed up all night! But I'm not advising to do this lol.
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    (Original post by pcok)
    And I find that if I only have 2 or 3 hours sleep I'm actually more tired than if I'd have stayed up all night! But I'm not advising to do this lol.
    haha same :p: i got an exam on thursday, thinking of staying up at least one of these nights, prob gonna be wed night instead of tonight :p:
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    (Original post by eugenius 8)
    haha same :p: i got an exam on thursday, thinking of staying up at least one of these nights, prob gonna be wed night instead of tonight :p:
    For some reason I read that as prob gonna be wed (as in wedding) tonight :rofl:
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    (Original post by - skyhigh -)
    For some reason I read that as prob gonna be wed (as in wedding) tonight :rofl:
    :rofl:

    too many late nights and early mornings me thinks
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    just an update..

    slept at 1 am last night,
    got up at 4;30 am and done a 9am exam.
    went home after the exam,
    SLEPT FROM 11;15 to 2;15
    work all the way till 11pm,
    sleeping at 11;30
    then getting up at 4;30am working
    then doing a 9 am exam.
    then im done.
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    A good idea actually.
 
 
 
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