What music do you revise to?

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ravishingrick69
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srs question
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no music it distracts from revision
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Can't revise with music. Too distracting.
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Viva Emptiness
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Black Metal. Srs.
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Well, the music that's on the specification for GCSE Music of course!
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lol there have to be some people who can hack it
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Metal, classical, instrumentals.

Apocalyptica aree so good for studying and doing homework.
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Nothing or classical. Essentially nothing that is shorter than 15 minutes, and nothing that is going to instantly get into my head (I have to avoid some composers because of this :3).
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This got me through my 8-12 weeks of GCSE torture.




During the first year of my A Levels Hans Zimmer's music was all I could listen to. During A2 I could only revise to horror movies. In recent weeks I've been going through pretty much every song I've ever heard and liked. Sometimes all I want is silence. Every exam season is different for me. :dontknow:
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(Original post by Vixen47)
This got me through my 8-12 weeks of GCSE torture.




During the first year of my A Levels Hans Zimmer's music was all I could listen to. During A2 I could only revise to horror movies. In recent weeks I've been going through pretty much every song I've ever heard and liked. Sometimes all I want is silence. Every exam season is different for me. :dontknow:
'GCSE torture' lol
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I don't, it distracts me
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I listen to Salman Khan's history (I don't take history, so I don't have to listen to it too closely) videos whilst revising; his voice is very deep and relaxing.
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Too distracting. D: I like listening to music during exercise, but not revision.
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None. I don't know how people can do it, it'd distract me way too much!
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Hip-Hop and classical instrumentals. Anything with words is very off putting.
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Music distracts me, my friend does though..how does she do it :lol:
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Job for a cowboy - Entombment of a machine, great song to listen to while
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Mogwai are a great band to revise to, no words and really relaxing
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Can't listen to music, have to have either Rules of Engagement or Modern family DVDs on. The voices make me feel comfortable..
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None.. so distracting wish I could do it though!

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