Does the weather affect how well you study???

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Today the weather where I live is quite good- it's sunny with relatively few clouds ...I've noticed that I seem to study better and be more productive when the weather is like this, but I know that some people get distracted by the good weather as they want to be outside enjoying it.
Does the weather affect how well you can study?
*Discuss why you think it does/doesn't*
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yes completely

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sunny=procrastination
rainy=procrastination
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yes completely

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sunny=procrastination
rainy=procrastination

There's a poll now, with that option
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Rexar IKEAPanda37 sinfonietta NiamhM1801 I've seen you on the revision thread, or read your GYG blogs...What do you think?
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I love revising or playing video games when its raining.

Revising in hot weather is the worst
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I would say yes, it does
My reasoning behind this is that if it is sunny I tend so keep the windows open and the curtains open later at night, when it is not sunny I will close the curtains earlier and use artificial light, I dont think I work as well on artificial light so im gonna say that I study better when its sunny
Also when its cold I will be constantly making cups of cha, ahem procrastionating
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I would say yes, it does
My reasoning behind this is that if it is sunny I tend so keep the windows open and the curtains open later at night, when it is not sunny I will close the curtains earlier and use artificial light, I dont think I work as well on artificial light so im gonna say that I study better when its sunny
Also when its cold I will be constantly making cups of cha, ahem procrastionating
I completely agree with you about the natural vs artificial light...I think I like revising better when it's sunny because it probably puts me in a better mood for revising- I think it makes me more positive...Not that we get much sun in Scotland!
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(Original post by SuperHuman98)
I love revising or playing video games when its raining.

Revising in hot weather is the worst

Revising in hot weather doesn't sound like much fun...I think you would describe it as 'hot' where I live for about 4 days of the year though!
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(Original post by Labrador99)
I completely agree with you about the natural vs artificial light...I think I like revising better when it's sunny because it probably puts me in a better mood for revising- I think it makes me more positive...Not that we get much sun in Scotland!
Ahah no you probably don't get much, then again neither do I!
Yeah I prefer revising when its nice and warm, sunny outside
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Ahah no you probably don't get much, then again neither do I!
Yeah I prefer revising when its nice and warm, sunny outside
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It find it difficult to revise when the weather is hot because it makes me very tired.
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tasha_tah Opinions?
I prefer it being in the middle , not too hot, not too cold
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(Original post by Lychee627)
tasha_tah Opinions?
I prefer it being in the middle , not too hot, not too cold
A cool breeze :love::rofl:
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l can not study well in rainy weather.
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It find it difficult to revise when the weather is hot because it makes me very tired.
Agreed- I hate hot weather, although I would hardly ever call Scottish weather 'hot'!
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(Original post by Lychee627)
tasha_tah Opinions?
I prefer it being in the middle , not too hot, not too cold
With some sun too?

(Original post by tasha_tah)
A cool breeze :love::rofl:
:lol: Can't forget about a cool breeze

(Original post by huvaxshatra)
l can not study well in rainy weather.
:yep: It makes everything seem so dark and miserable
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(Original post by Labrador99)
With some sun too?


:lol: Can't forget about a cool breeze



:yep: It makes everything seem so dark and miserable
Yupp with some sun
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i revise pretty well in sunny weather but i tend to end up realising just how easy it is to fail my A levels and mess everything up and then stress loads and get nothing done.

in rainy weather i feel a lot more calm. I revise best when it's rainy, night (dark) or both.
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(Original post by Labrador99)
With some sun too?


:lol: Can't forget about a cool breeze



:yep: It makes everything seem so dark and miserable
haha yes obvsss
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(Original post by Toasticide)
i revise pretty well in sunny weather but i tend to end up realising just how easy it is to fail my A levels and mess everything up and then stress loads and get nothing done.

in rainy weather i feel a lot more calm. I revise best when it's rainy, night (dark) or both.
That's like the complete opposite from me, but it's good to hear from someone with the opposite preference
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