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    Energy drinks with caffine increases anxiety so it will make you more nervous for your exam and could reduce your preformance.
    I think thats a bad thing. :/
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    (Original post by tknight7)
    Have you never watched the Inbetweeners?
    What happened?
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    (Original post by Sakujo)
    What happened?
    Observe:

    http://www.channel4.com/programmes/t...rs/4od#2920831
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    Last year i drank a bottle of kick the night before each exam as i needed some major cramming sessions, and i got A's So i am doing it again this year.
    Though i was slightly weary after watching the inbetweeners :P
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    Chewing gum / mints always work fine with me. And a bottle of cold water. I can only imagine red bull would make you edgy... and when you have a lot of energy you don't necessarily concentrate, just look at kids.. :P
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    NO! Caffeine wears out within 20 minutes. Unless you get caffeine pills or mints where you can pop one at 20 min intervals avoid caffeine!

    Good sleep + lots of water and big breakfast.

    You may be able to sit at the back of the exam hall or in a seperate room if you talk to a teacher and say its empairing your exam performance.
 
 
 
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