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    study now till 2:30am memorising quotes for english exam tomorrow or wake up 5:30am and memorise quotes? which one is best for memorising :/
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    It's better to sleep early and wake up early. You'll feel more refreshed. What English exam are you doing?


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    Depends, personally I find it easier to stay awake and wouldn't trust myself to wake up early! And I'm always groggy in the morning, but if you definitely think you can wake up early then I'd say morning is best, have some breakfast beforehand
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    I prefer at night it all depends on the person
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    Sleep helps store memory so its better to revise then sleep to let your brain process the information
 
 
 
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