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    At what point is it better to just stay awake instead of trying to sleep?

    For example: I have to get up for school in two hours, if I let myself sleep now I'll be a zombie tommorow.

    So when's the cut off point, four hours potential sleep?
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    you'll wish you had a free two hours to sleep tomorrow in school so if I were you I'd try to get a quick nap.
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    Powernap should sort you out for a bit! Then lash down the Red Bull like there's no tomorrow!
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    Nah.. I myself intend to remain a remember of the alnighter club.
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    I have a calculus exam tomorrow, well calculus and vectors. Hmm, I have two options, go to sleep and maybe lose mental edge. Or don't go to sleep but risk burning at in 4 hours time when I have the exam.

    P.S. Hmm, Its to late now better just go with the flow as one would say.
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    I have to get at least 5 hours sleep. Any less would be unacceptable to me. If it means jeopardising that figure, then I'll usually just cut off whatever I'm doing and go to sleep.

    I once ran a 72-hour allnighter in sixth form. That was . . . interesting.
 
 
 
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