Sleep...What time should I go to sleep on a school night?

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This may not be anything to do with study,but I say it is as you need a certain amount of sleep to do well in SCHOOL. I am thirteen and 14 at the end of may,what time do you go to sleep? I need a new routine as I am soon to be doing GCSE'S please help me!?!?!
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You are in Year 9. You've got about 2 years till GCSEs. Chill out.
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Whenever you get tired.

At school I went to bed around 10-10.30 and woke up at 6 so had around 7-8 hrs of sleep
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I sleep at around 11/12 and wake up at six ish
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Go at 10:30, though im.in year 10 and go at 1:00am lol
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When you're that young sleep is essential for growth, so try sleeping at least 8 hours a day. They recommend 8 for adults as well.
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If I was you I would go to bed at 9pm - 9:30pm, this way you will be in a healthy sleeping routine.

12-18 year olds need an average of 8.5 - 10 hours sleep!
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(Original post by suzylemonade)
You are in Year 9. You've got about 2 years till GCSEs. Chill out.
Actually I am starting them this year!!!
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Thanks everyone x This really helped me on creating my routine for school.
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Actually I am starting them this year!!!
Are you doing them this year, or just starting the syllabus? :rolleyes: I started my GCSE syllabuses for science at the beginning of year 9.. Doesn't mean I was freaking out about the exams then.
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I used to get about 6 hours a night when I was at college. Closer to 8 now that I don't have to get up really early to catch a bus.
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I aim to go to bed at 9:00 as I wake up at 4:30 but I rarely make that time. I am usually in bed by about 11:30 but can feel alright on about 3 hours sleep.
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(Original post by suzylemonade)
Are you doing them this year, or just starting the syllabus? :rolleyes: I started my GCSE syllabuses for science at the beginning of year 9.. Doesn't mean I was freaking out about the exams then.
I am doing the syllubus big exams and some GCSE'S! Hard work,I start them this year as in September I go up into year 10 as well.
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I am doing the syllubus big exams and some GCSE'S! Hard work,I start them this year as in September I go up into year 10 as well.
Don't let your life get completely consumed by studying and exams. Have some fun too.
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Don't let your life get completely consumed by studying and exams. Have some fun too.
I sure will,I just want to get my targets and to do that I have to get my targets for this year by July aswell,My next exams to do that are soon.Thats why Im freaking out as I am doing really bad in Maths,well I woldn't say freaking out I just wanted to know about it. Thankyou
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At around 10 p.m
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Thanks Jenn
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in my last year of A level (A2) I'd generally go to bed at about 1am and wake up at about 7:30 an I was fine (and I got good grades simply by studying, generally quite late at night)
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Whenever your mummy says your bedtime is.

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I always try to knock off before midnight. My school is only 5 minutes away though. So even if I sleep in I can still make it on time as long I'm up 15 minutes before the bell.
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