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    Can someone please give me the best time to study after school? I want to change my plan where I have free time from 4 to 6-7 then do most study work till 11 or 12. After that I go to sleep at 12.30am. It's really frustrating how I was always waking up late even though the night before I always think about waking up early to do work.

    What is the best time for an overachieving studying to go to sleep and the average study hours?

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    Can someone please give me the best time to study after school? I want to change my plan where I have free time from 4 to 6-7 then do most study work till 11 or 12. After that I go to sleep at 12.30am. It's really frustrating how I was always waking up late even though the night before I always think about waking up early to do work.

    What is the best time for an overachieving studying to go to sleep and the average study hours?

    thanks in advance
    I tend to work from 3.30-4.30, go home/chill. Work from 6.30-8.30 and then relax for the evening. I also try to go to sleep early, although recently that's failing...

    If you struggle with waking up early maybe go to bed earlier and you'll be less tired in the morning. Sleep is essential to work well, although that's not something you'll want to hear...

    Hope this helps!
 
 
 
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