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    I am going to have one distinct style of non-lyrical or background-lyrical music for each subject I am studying (apart from music obviously) can anybody recommend some good composers or sub-genres (eg Mozart or Smooth Jazz) that you can study to, and then listen to prior to the exam to jog memory?
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    I listen to Chopin's Funeral March when revising. I thought it was fitting.
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    (Original post by SeanOTRS)
    I am going to have one distinct style of non-lyrical or background-lyrical music for each subject I am studying (apart from music obviously) can anybody recommend some good composers or sub-genres (eg Mozart or Smooth Jazz) that you can study to, and then listen to prior to the exam to jog memory?

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcCHRW8G9yY
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    Each subject is 45 mins a day so maybe something a little... longer?
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    (Original post by SeanOTRS)
    Each subject is 45 mins a day so maybe something a little... longer?
    ludovico einaudi experience starkey remix

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    harry potter sound tracks
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    Any chillstep compilation. (Not dubstep)
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    I like listening to film soundtracks (such as Star Wars and Schindler's List) when revising as they're calming and help me to focus.
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    (Original post by SeanOTRS)
    I am going to have one distinct style of non-lyrical or background-lyrical music for each subject I am studying (apart from music obviously) can anybody recommend some good composers or sub-genres (eg Mozart or Smooth Jazz) that you can study to, and then listen to prior to the exam to jog memory?
    Benny Hill film tune
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    (Original post by SeanOTRS)
    I am going to have one distinct style of non-lyrical or background-lyrical music for each subject I am studying (apart from music obviously) can anybody recommend some good composers or sub-genres (eg Mozart or Smooth Jazz) that you can study to, and then listen to prior to the exam to jog memory?
    Pink Panther Theme Tune
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    (Original post by RedManc)
    Benny Hill film tune
    double speed 10 hours of course
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    While it may be scientifically proven that Mozart and some other types of classical music help aid concentration, if you like being a really deep sort-of trance and really want something background noise-cancelling, someone recommended 'Weightless' - apparently it's made to put you in that 'zone' :dumbells::

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYnA9wWFHLI
 
 
 
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