What is the BEST source of energy for a revision all nighter?

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    Try not to say Red Bull

    What will keep me awake and focused?
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    OP, do you realise The Inbetweeners is just a show?

    Sleep and work through the day.
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    The feeling of being doomed is a pretty good source of energy for me.
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    (Original post by Miracle Day)
    OP, do you realise The Inbetweeners is just a show?

    Sleep and work through the day.
    Oh that's where it's from. I've never watched inbetweeners lol
    Anyway I already work through the day innit
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    Honestly... by the middle of the night you probably won't be able to focus, your work rate will plummet and you won't be able to sleep because of all the caffeine you've drunk, so... I would take Miracle Day's advice.
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    Revising during the night is pointless.

    Even if you are hopped up on energy drink/coke/dextrose tablets, you will still have impaired cognitive function. The worst part is that you either sleep through the morning/early afternoon the following day (wasting most of the day), or wake yourself up early having little or no sleep (which is also pointless).

    The best way, is to maximise how much revision you do in the day, without resorting to staying up when you should be asleep.
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    (Original post by The Doggfather)
    Oh that's where it's from. I've never watched inbetweeners lol
    Anyway I already work through the day innit
    There isn't much which will keep you awake and focused. Adequate amounts of sleep is generally more productive. As for things that will keep you awake and jittery, pro plus is often a winner. Or copious amounts of tea.
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    Sleep?
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    (Original post by The Doggfather)
    Try not to say Red Bull

    What will keep me awake and focused?
    Gahhh. All-nighters should be a very last resort. But if you really need to do it, watch scary clips on Youtube, or trailers to super scary films.

    It keeps me awake.
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    Adrenaline generated by the fear of failure.
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    Pro-plus, and going outside for a few minutes every few hours.

    “Sleep, sleep is for those people who are broke. I don’t sleep, I might miss the opportunity to make a dream become a reality.”

    - 50 cent
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    Supportive and entertaining friends and our big play sessions late in the library.

    ONLY to be caught by the security cameras and asked for our ID's.

    Massive crates of free RED BULLS distributed. YEAH THATS HOW WE ROLLLLLLLLLLLl
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    (Original post by The Doggfather)
    Try not to say Red Bull

    What will keep me awake and focused?


    All nighters for upcoming deadlines are one thing, but for revision? Sorry, but that's just not a smart idea.

    Go to sleep now, get up at 7. You'll get a lot more done tomorrow. If you try and do an all-nighter, you might be able to sit there staring at your page until morning, but you won't actually remember very much. Plus, you'll be too tired tomorrow to do anything, and you might well lose the day after as well as you ****ed up your sleep cycle.

    Seriously, go to bed. Early. Then get up, early. Working 8am-11pm will be much better for your exam results.
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    Stupid question deserves stupid answer;

    Red Bull.

    Go for it Brah!!
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    Protein hence fish is suppose to be very good for keeping you feeling awake as it helps repair your cells which sleep also does.
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    Water - lots, to prevent dehydration.
    200mg of Caffeine - that's 4 Pro Plus tablets.
    And a cold breeze coming in from the window.

    Along with regular meals, that's all you need.

    Trust me.
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    (Original post by janet9)
    Water - lots, to prevent dehydration.
    200mg of Caffeine - that's 4 Pro Plus tablets.
    And a cold breeze coming in from the window.

    Along with regular meals, that's all you need.

    Trust me.
    thanks bruv
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