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    What time do you guys normally fall asleep on a school day, and what kidna grades do you guys get? I just wanna see how strong the correlation is
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    Don't sleep. I get A stars.

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    Not at school now like, but when I was, year 10-11, I got in a habit of staying up till like 12 or 1, which wasn't great but I still preformed well at school, just Saturday morning, well I wouldn't see Saturday morning, it would be like 12 or 1pm I would wake up at
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    Sleep around 12-1ish on college days, I get A's and B's
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    12-2am and I get A/B grades
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    GCSE, 11pm.
    As and A*s.

    AS Level, 1am.
    As.

    A2 Level, thepointwheremymentalandphysical wellbeingisatthepointofcollapseb utIfeelcompelledtostayawakehavin gexistentialcrisesandbrowsingred ditam.
    TBC. Decline imminent.

    Before exams I aim to be in bed by 11pm though.

    This is not advisable. I can function normally on 4-6 hours sleep so it's never been a huge obstruction to my work ethic but I am late to everything which multiplies stress, so I feel I must reiterate that this is not advisable.
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    12-5 depending on how much work i have/ how much I'm playing games XD and I get 2:1s and 1:1s
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    8 hours sleep required, always.
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    Fall asleep at 11:30 ish and wake up at 6:30
    Get A's and above
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    Now that I finished my exams I sleep over 10 hours a day

    GREEEEEEEAT!
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    go to sleep between 10pm-12am. doesn't modify my grades at all, i tend to be awake at school anyway - as it is so brilliant and the adrenalin really does kick in.
    at the weekend, i am usually up late reading or watching documentaries.
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    Usually sleep around 11 or 12am now but I'm working. When I was at college used to sleep at 3am doing coursework


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    During GCSE and A-levels it'd be 11 pm ish, so getting 8-8.5 hours, got okay grades. At uni I get a lot more.. which is why I don't always make 9 o'clock lectures, which'll hopefully explain my grades. :toofunny: :cry2:
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    (Original post by maxyhih)
    12-5 depending on how much work i have/ how much I'm playing games XD and I get 2:1s and 1:1s
    They said school days so not uni, as at uni you may not have a lecture till 1pm,
    but in regards to how @maxyhih did in highschool, he did alright as well, but I'm sure 1pm was his limit
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    During GCSEs anywhere from 11:30-12:30
    During A levels, usually around 1am, but occasionally I'd stay up untill maybe 2 or 3am. I got all As/A*s and I'm going to Oxford, so I must've done something right lol.
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    During A levels generally asleep after 2 am due to my job. Generally arrived an hour or so late for school due to sleeping in to the point that the school was threatening to kick me out. Got all As.

    Crazy sleeping pattern during university including often sleeping during the day. So no set pattern. Unless I seriously screwed up my final two exams, I hope to get a first in next couple of weeks.
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    Usually around 5 hours sleep now I'm on my meds; used to fluctuate between 2 and 6

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