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    (Original post by microfatcat)
    Lol, just have. XD And I feel great, tbh.

    Ooo-kaayy. I just *did* an all-nighter, for my 9am statistics exam, and I NAILED it. At about 2pm I felt groggy and was trying to revise chemistry, none of it would sink in. I don't feel tired, just... drained. And I'm going to bed at about 8 tonight.

    It's weird, everyone's advocating caffeine, but beyond 4 cups of tea (which doesn't have that much in anyway I didn't think) I was fine.
    Yeah, the day before it was Sunday, and I'd had about 10-12 hours sleep (mahoosive lie in, the night before I stayed up really late on TSR/watching Snow White and Cinderella).
    I'm glad it worked because i am doing an all nighter tonight for an exam and this has given me hope

    (Original post by poiuytrew)
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    (Original post by woopwoop:))
    I'm glad it worked because i am doing an all nighter tonight for an exam and this has given me hope
    Glad to have inspired hope into someone I'm doing an all-nighter tonight as well, got chemistry tomorrow. I'd say it's a last resort option, and if you're going to do one, do it in January in case you need a resit.

    Also, try and work downstairs so you don't wake up your mum/for easy access to the kitchen. Snacking doesn't mean bingeing, try to be healthy too and since doing all-nighters are a bit silly, try to be less silly in other aspects. Such as taking makeup off, wearing night cream,and by drinking lots of water.

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