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My local library is open until 7pm. It’s impossible for me to revise at home as I have a sibling who makes an obscene amount of noise and we don’t get on at all, and my parents can’t control her (she’s 13 and has no empathy for anyone else).
A level exams are in a month, it’s getting stressful, and there’s a local Wetherspoons that on weeknights is pretty quiet and open until midnight (obvs wouldn’t stay that late!), is it strange to revise in a pub and just buy tea/coffee? I can’t go to friends’ houses as we just don’t revise. I’m 18 also.
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Can’t see why not!
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Yeah, it's a public house isn't it. Although spoons WiFi is very poor
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(Original post by gatsby12)
My local library is open until 7pm. It’s impossible for me to revise at home as I have a sibling who makes an obscene amount of noise and we don’t get on at all, and my parents can’t control her (she’s 13 and has no empathy for anyone else).
A level exams are in a month, it’s getting stressful, and there’s a local Wetherspoons that on weeknights is pretty quiet and open until midnight (obvs wouldn’t stay that late!), is it strange to revise in a pub and just buy tea/coffee? I can’t go to friends’ houses as we just don’t revise. I’m 18 also.
Hi gatsby12,

Like eashdown17 says, I don't see why not. It's really important to find an accessible place to sit down and concentrate while revising for your exams, so if this works, go for it!

- Seren, University of Plymouth Student Rep
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I do loads of work in pubs/cafes/libraries etc. (This includes studying.)

As long as it's not too loud/busy, and it's bright enough, I don't see why not.

Good luck!
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Just don't say you are against Brexit and then I don't see why not- just be prepared to be wide awake if you drink loads of coffee.
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So long as it’s not too noisy to study & you buy drinks throughout the time you’re there, then you’re a paying customer so why not?
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(Original post by gatsby12)
My local library is open until 7pm. It’s impossible for me to revise at home as I have a sibling who makes an obscene amount of noise and we don’t get on at all, and my parents can’t control her (she’s 13 and has no empathy for anyone else).
A level exams are in a month, it’s getting stressful, and there’s a local Wetherspoons that on weeknights is pretty quiet and open until midnight (obvs wouldn’t stay that late!), is it strange to revise in a pub and just buy tea/coffee? I can’t go to friends’ houses as we just don’t revise. I’m 18 also.
Why not go to a cafe
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