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    Morning
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    Afternoon
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    Evening
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    I don't have a preference
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    Mornings, afternoons or evenings?

    I prefer morning exams as I hate waiting too long and having to revise for afternoon or evening exams.
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    afternoon - I can do last minute revision and also revise in other lessons
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    Afternoon

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    (Original post by UWS)
    Mornings, afternoons or evenings?

    I prefer morning exams as I hate waiting too long and having to revise for afternoon or evening exams.
    i prefer, the morning exam the quicker i do the exam the quicker the holidays come the quicker i cry about how i failed on results day
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    Morning to get it over and done with.
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    (Original post by TheGuyWhoPhysics)
    i prefer, the morning exam the quicker i do the exam the quicker the holidays come the quicker i cry about how i failed on results day
    I'm sure you did alright today
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    I prefer doing exams in the morning, because there is less time for my anxiety to build up, and the exam is over with sooner. Also, I tend to feel more tired during afternoon exams, so I probably don't do as well in them.
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    Afternoon. Some time to cram but not too late that you feel tired from studying in the morning!
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    Morning, gives me less time to stress and panic.

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    Although, I like to just get the exam over and done with in the morning, it is nice to have some last minute revision in the morning for an afternoon exam. Afternoon!
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I'm sure you did alright today
    hope so, how did you think you did
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    Morning because there is less time to stress.
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    (Original post by TheGuyWhoPhysics)
    hope so, how did you think you did
    Not too bad but worried the boundary might be high
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    Afternoon! I hate morning exams so much, as there's little to no time to go over what's on the exam, plus I get stressed about getting to school on time etc. While with afternoon exams, particularly when on study leave, there's usually enough time to go over all areas of the spec that I still think I need to, which probably doesn't make much difference, but makes me feel a lot better.
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    Morning, I like to get it over and done with plus, I'll be fresh. Afternoon exams stress me out.
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    Bedtime because in my dreams, I pass all my exams.
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    But from the poll, afternoon ofc! So I can actually get my sleep before an exam.
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    about 1.00pm, its unhealthy to wake up early in the morning and start the exam, also the same as evenin or late afternoon
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    Afternoon. I'm just more awake and able to do an exam then.
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    In the middle. 9 is too early and 1 too late. 11am is the best.
 
 
 
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