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    I'm scared, should I stay up all night going through B3 or just forget it, sleep. Do it in the morning?
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    Depends how you function. I struggle to remember things with very little sleep. Others can remember a whole textbook.
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    What time's your exam? And how prepared do you feel for it?
    Because if you feel okay about the paper then I think it's best to leave it and get a good nights kip and study what you can in the morning..
    If not, then I would probably do some through the night.. just to retain as much info as you can.. but don't pull an all nighter because you won't last the exam.. get a couple of hours sleep minimum. The adrenaline will get you through the exam if you're running on little sleep. (does for me anyway)
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    You mean your biology exam? Yeah you're already procrastinating. I don't mean to let you down but next time your learning should start earlier
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    as someone who has had to deal with reduced periods for extended periods of time, it doesn't help. Just try get atleast 6 hours of sleep, and compress all the information into mind maps. that should help you remember the information in a short space of time.
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    Don't stay up all night. It might feel like its working but come tomorrow you will be falling asleep at the desk. You will remember more if you just sleep now then revise as much as you can in the morning. Good luck!
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    Depends. I stayed up all night the day before my physics GCSE exam (although I wasn't revising) and got an A however I tried the same for an English literature mock and got a C. It's risky, I wouldn't try it to be honest.
 
 
 
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