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    Cant do it :/
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    I'd say stick to your 8 hours of sleep! Just for the exam period, I mean after that you can sleep as late as you want! Hell I get maybe 4-5 hours of sleep a day now lol
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    Best to get your 8 hours of sleep. I find that a lock of sleep makes me unable to think as quickly and more prone to making errors, and it doesn't help that I do maths!
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    The best thing to do is stay up all night revising, then just go to sleep in the actual exam. Simples.
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    i took sleeping pills before my exam...but i slept so much that i missed it


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    I know it's not the easiest solution but I've been told by my doctor that the best way is to go to bed and get up at exactly the same time everyday. Even if it's the weekend, you should still go to bed and get up at a set time.
    After doing this for a week or so, when it gets to that time of night you will automatically sleep well.
    Don't mess it up with all-nighters or sleeping till noon because it will come back to bite you!
 
 
 
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