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tips on how to do an all- nighter
i always end up failing and fall asleep
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It's unwise to stay up all night. Just sleep.
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Don't go on TSR, drink energy drinks

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What a stupid thing to do
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Would like to start off by saying I do not recommend all nighters as they can do more harm than good.

However, if left with no other choice (which can happen sometimes), get yourself 2/3 monster energy drinks and focus on the main topics of your subject

That was the "safer" option. You could also pop a Modafinil and that can help you focus all night
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i've got a week off so i dont understand how it'll do more harm than good ?? but thanks for the advice
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Would like to start off by saying I do not recommend all nighters as they can do more harm than good.

However, if left with no other choice (which can happen sometimes), get yourself 2/3 monster energy drinks and focus on the main topics of your subject

That was the "safer" option. You could also pop a Modafinil and that can help you focus all night
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stfu or ill chop it off

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What a stupid thing to do
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Then why bother?
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i've got a week off so i dont understand how it'll do more harm than good ?? but thanks for the advice
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Try to stay outside in the cold for some time if you get tired.
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i've got a week off so i dont understand how it'll do more harm than good ?? but thanks for the advice
Ah, I didn't know that. So you have a whole week off to be at home? My suggestion is to just study during the day, everyday for like 8 hours (with breaks of course). But anyways, I say it can do more harm than good because 1)It messed with your sleeping schedule 2)If it's the night before an exam some people cannot function properly when the time to sit the exam comes 3)Even if it works you will feel incredibly tired and worn out after your exam

Let's say you're lucky and, you did this, and you ended up with symptoms from no.3 (I did). It can take a good few days before you even feel fine again. It can exhaust your mind and body. It's best to just study during the day for the full week and have a good nights sleep every night
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I literally did an all nighter for my chemistry exam GCSE last week and it went great but I wouldn't recommend it cos I've been doing them since the dawn of time so my body is accustomed to it...but if you're gonna do it don't drink coffee or anything that will give u short bursts of energy, try to eat stuff that will give u a long store of energy and I normally listen to really loud music so I don't fall asleep and also don't go near Ur bed or the couch! It's too tempting!
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my exams are like a day after another so im going to be f*cked
i cant revise during the day, I be busy and get carried away. and at night everyone's asleep so I find it much easier I get a lot of work done when I'm not around people.
hopefully, I get no.3 symptoms LOL im going to get like 5 energy drinks and drink some coffee and reckon ill do it from now till 6am ? sounds decent crazy?
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Ah, I didn't know that. So you have a whole week off to be at home? My suggestion is to just study during the day, everyday for like 8 hours (with breaks of course). But anyways, I say it can do more harm than good because 1)It messed with your sleeping schedule 2)If it's the night before an exam some people cannot function properly when the time to sit the exam comes 3)Even if it works you will feel incredibly tired and worn out after your exam

Let's say you're lucky and, you did this, and you ended up with symptoms from no.3 (I did). It can take a good few days before you even feel fine again. It can exhaust your mind and body. It's best to just study during the day for the full week and have a good nights sleep every night
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(Original post by amazingwordsx)
my exams are like a day after another so im going to be f*cked
i cant revise during the day, I be busy and get carried away. and at night everyone's asleep so I find it much easier I get a lot of work done when I'm not around people.
hopefully, I get no.3 symptoms LOL im going to get like 5 energy drinks and drink some coffee and reckon ill do it from now till 6am ? sounds decent crazy?
Damn...if they are a day after another I definitely do not recommend this. You could pull this off once but more than that is highly unlikely. You'd burn out fast. I've done the 5 energy drink thing with my last exam this year, but if I was to have another one the day after, I'd have been screwed 100%. How many exams do you have in total?
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my bed is in my room, like the bed is the whole room 😭😭😂😂😂😂
(Original post by Athenaxx)
I literally did an all nighter for my chemistry exam GCSE last week and it went great but I wouldn't recommend it cos I've been doing them since the dawn of time so my body is accustomed to it...but if you're gonna do it don't drink coffee or anything that will give u short bursts of energy, try to eat stuff that will give u a long store of energy and I normally listen to really loud music so I don't fall asleep and also don't go near Ur bed or the couch! It's too tempting!
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Chemistry Paper 1- 4th June
Biology Paper 1- 6th June
Chemistry Paper 2- 11th June
Biology Paper 2- 13th June
Biology Paper 3- 17th June
Chemistry Paper 3- 19th June

YEAH BASICALLY THEY'RE ALL IN JUNE FFFFFFSSSSSSSS
is it too late lol 🌚
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Damn...if they are a day after another I definitely do not recommend this. You could pull this off once but more than that is highly unlikely. You'd burn out fast. I've done the 5 energy drink thing with my last exam this year, but if I was to have another one the day after, I'd have been screwed 100%. How many exams do you have in total?
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Same but I normally just sit on the hard floor😅 I have chronic back pain as a result
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my bed is in my room, like the bed is the whole room 😭😭😂😂😂😂
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By the way you speak in this, don't suppose you're up for good grades anyway lmao, knock yourself out with as many all-nighters as you like.
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my exams are like a day after another so im going to be f*cked
i cant revise during the day, I be busy and get carried away. and at night everyone's asleep so I find it much easier I get a lot of work done when I'm not around people.
hopefully, I get no.3 symptoms LOL im going to get like 5 energy drinks and drink some coffee and reckon ill do it from now till 6am ? sounds decent crazy?
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that made me feel 69% better thanks you's
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By the way you speak in this, don't suppose you're up for good grades anyway lmao, knock yourself out with as many all-nighters as you like.
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Oooof you’ve sacrificed your back for your education, My back hurts too whenever I sit, either the table is too low or the chair is too high for the table lmao and then my back hurts 😂😂😂 Sitting on the floor sounds even worse, Imagine your parents walking in thinking your doing some ritual HAHAAAHHAAA 😂😂😂 😂😂😂
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Same but I normally just sit on the hard floor😅 I have chronic back pain as a result
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Oh my lord😂 I've sacrificed more than my back for my education tbh I even lost friends cos they always ask me to go out to parties or do shopping but I always decline and instead revise but I guess it's all gonna be worth it in 10 years when I'm a rich doctor and they're toilet cleaners married to roadmen
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Oooof you’ve sacrificed your back for your education, My back hurts too whenever I sit, either the table is too low or the chair is too high for the table lmao and then my back hurts 😂😂😂 Sitting on the floor sounds even worse, Imagine your parents walking in thinking your doing some ritual HAHAAAHHAAA 😂😂😂 😂😂😂
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