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    Hi Every one, I am an Advanced Level Student.I just finish my term exam and I got too low marks in math and average marks in physics and chemistry. So I started to manage my study in a new way. So I planned to study 7.30pm - 10.0pm (after school) and then get up at 4am and study at least 2 hours. This is what I planned, Is that good or I have to change it. Leave your comment>>>>>
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    I'd say the additional 2 hours in the morning is a bit much. It's a lot more important to be really well-rested and get a few hours of efficient work in, than being tired and getting a lot of hours of poor work in. Why not take the extra few for sleep? I know I certainly couldn't do my best work at 4am!
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    The best time to revise is in the morning but not at 4am!! There is no point because your brain won't even be working properly then, revise in your breaks, as soon as you get I'm from school, and then have a break and just read through your notes again before you go I sleep


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    Okay, so I planned to get up at 5a.m because I have school on 7.30am>>>>>
 
 
 
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