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    I usually study everyday after school for at least 2 hours. I went to an after school revision session today, but I still feel so bad for not really studying much at all until now, because I only got around 5 hours of sleep and I'm exhausted. Any advice? Should I just push through as usual or give myself a rest night if I'm extremely tired?
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    (Original post by nicolebat)
    I usually study everyday after school for at least 2 hours. I went to an after school revision session today, but I still feel so bad for not really studying much at all until now, because I only got around 5 hours of sleep and I'm exhausted. Any advice? Should I just push through as usual or give myself a rest night if I'm extremely tired?
    Well in general you should be looking to get 7 hours sleep minimum so maybe figure out a routine for days where your not able to study as much due to after school stuff. Your already doing more than a lot of people so it wouldnt be too bad to ease up a bit especially if it would mean that you would be healthier and with more energy. That way when you do revise it would be a lot more productive than if you were to 'push through'
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    (Original post by nicolebat)
    I usually study everyday after school for at least 2 hours. I went to an after school revision session today, but I still feel so bad for not really studying much at all until now, because I only got around 5 hours of sleep and I'm exhausted. Any advice? Should I just push through as usual or give myself a rest night if I'm extremely tired?
    cant tell if youre joking or not
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    (Original post by BionicPinkyBear)
    Well in general you should be looking to get 7 hours sleep minimum so maybe figure out a routine for days where your not able to study as much due to after school stuff. Your already doing more than a lot of people so it wouldnt be too bad to ease up a bit especially if it would mean that you would be healthier and with more energy. That way when you do revise it would be a lot more productive than if you were to 'push through'
    Thanks, I completely agree. It's just today I'm so tired, and I usually get enough sleep, but due to circumstances I didn't get enough and so I'm just not in my usual healthy state and mindset. I just need to work on not feeling guilty for taking a day off sometimes.
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    cant tell if youre joking or not
    Unfortunately not, because I am having a burst of exams at the moment!
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    (Original post by nicolebat)
    Thanks, I completely agree. It's just today I'm so tired, and I usually get enough sleep, but due to circumstances I didn't get enough and so I'm just not in my usual healthy state and mindset. I just need to work on not feeling guilty for taking a day off sometimes.
    Taking a day off sometimes is complettely normal, healthy even cuz you need some time to recover from the stress of working so much
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    (Original post by nicolebat)
    I usually study everyday after school for at least 2 hours. I went to an after school revision session today, but I still feel so bad for not really studying much at all until now, because I only got around 5 hours of sleep and I'm exhausted. Any advice? Should I just push through as usual or give myself a rest night if I'm extremely tired?
    what are you studying for? If its N5s (gcses) do not put yourself under soo much stress and pressure; you dont need it. I studied a moderate amount a week before my exams for my National 5s and highers and got all A's doing "hard" subjects. Sleep plenty, eat right, move your body and have a social life
 
 
 
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