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I have my RS A-level exam tomorrow and i've wrote my notes/done past paper Q's but i thought whether waking up at 6 tomorrow will help by going over my notes and getting peepared.

Has anyone tried this? Does it help or is it cramming?

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Plan is to wake up at 3 in the morning and start revising. But I doubt that'll happen

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(Original post by Dazzling_Belinda)
I have my RS A-level exam tomorrow and i've wrote my notes/done past paper Q's but i thought whether waking up at 6 tomorrow will help by going over my notes and getting peepared.

Has anyone tried this? Does it help or is it cramming?

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I have my RS as well, but I wouldn't get up early because I wouldn't want to stress myself out too much, but it's up to you, lovely. You need all the rest you need for the three hours, I personally wouldn't. It's not exactly cramming but it's okay to look at it.
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Personally I usually just go over flash cards i've made on the day of the exam but i've never revised early in the morning if you really have to then do it
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I have my RS as well, but I wouldn't get up early because I wouldn't want to stress myself out too much, but it's up to you, lovely. You need all the rest you need for the three hours, I personally wouldn't. It's not exactly cramming but it's okay to look at it.
Are you doing the Philosophy and Islam side?
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I started revising at 3:45 today and it helped so much with my exam
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I started revising at 3:45 today and it helped so much with my exam
What time did you wake up?


I woke up at 6 today, only just started revising at 6:30 tho
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I started revising at 3:45 today and it helped so much with my exam
In the morning?:O how did you manage to get up & what time did you sleep?

I woke up at 6:30

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What time did you wake up?


I woke up at 6 today, only just started revising at 6:30 tho
I woke up at 2.45 naturally probably from stress and nervousness lol. Then I got out of bed at 3.45. Took a 10 minute break 2x. Then I left house at 7.30.

I had GCSE Additional and Further Biology, barely revised but waking up early helped so much as what I revised this morning appeared in the exam and it was easier to remember. Probably gonna do this for all my 'hard' exams.
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In the morning?:O how did you manage to get up & what time did you sleep?

I woke up at 6:30

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lol, I got up because I didn't wanna fail. I fell asleep probably by 10.30-11pm
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What time was ur exam and what exam was it?

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Got up at 5.30 to revise for the philosophy exam today, think it helped.


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Yep i find revising in the morning helps me better than night

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Really? I find when I revise at night, the info goes over in my head when I sleep so I can still remember all the facts in the morning

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Really? I find when I revise at night, the info goes over in my head when I sleep so I can still remember all the facts in the morning

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I can revise at night only if I'm reviewing notes. But when i'm learning and making notes I prefer morning when my mind is fresh

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I found waking early to revise on the day of the exam was a mistake for me. A good night's sleep helped me write better answers than just cramming stuff into my brain at the last minute.

Whatever you decided on, hope it works for you!
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