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    Just wondering what people generally find best. Personally I prefer afternoon exams because I often can't sleep when I have an exam in the morning, but then again I feel I have performed better in morning exams despite this.
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    I'd say morning as I'm usually less tired then, and I also don't spend the morning worrying as the exam is over and done with
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    Morning... NOT AS WORM AS AFTERNOON
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    I'd say morning as I'm usually less tired then, and I also don't spend the morning worrying as the exam is over and done with
    True, I tend to spend the morning revising and by the time I get to the exam it's all a haze of useless information.
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    I would say morning too.
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    Morning- brain feels fresh if that makes sense
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    (Original post by Leona-L)
    Just wondering what people generally find best. Personally I prefer afternoon exams because I often can't sleep when I have an exam in the morning, but then again I feel I have performed better in morning exams despite this.
    Morning- so I don't have to worry about the exam all day! It also prevents me from leaving my revision a few hours before the exam, which I usually do if my exam is in the afternoon.
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    Afternoon for me. I think it really helps when I get more time to go through my notes before the exam and in that way I remember better😳


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