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    I am able to wake up earlier and go to uni the days I have something important like labs and tutorials that count towards my final grade, but when it's something that's not that important I can't wake up early for it. I really hate this as my attendance was **** last year and I want to start going to every lecture.

    I'd like to wake up early around 6/7 everyday because I feel I'll get a lot more done, how do I do this on the days I don't have anything important?
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    (Original post by TimeWaster)
    I am able to wake up earlier and go to uni the days I have something important like labs and tutorials that count towards my final grade, but when it's something that's not that important I can't wake up early for it. I really hate this as my attendance was **** last year and I want to start going to every lecture.

    I'd like to wake up early around 6/7 everyday because I feel I'll get a lot more done, how do I do this on the days I don't have anything important?
    Try adjusting your wake up time over a couple of weeks,should be less of a shock to the system and you ll be more likely to succeed then.
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    Get early nights so you actually feel rested in the morning. It'd help if you made yourself do something in the morning to make you feel guilty about sleeping in, like going for a run or walking a dog.

    http://sleepyti.me/ is a good site to calculate when you should ideally try to go to sleep.
 
 
 
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