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i have a horrid problem of deadass falling asleep during revision
i can eat like 4 spoons of pure coffee grains and still fall asleep. I guess revising and memorising makes me tired after a while.
But does anyone have any tips?
I've tried loud music and alarms but I just wake up groggy and not in a great mind to revise.
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Try more active revision. Like more practice questions, make up actions for facts you need to remember (I know it sounds weird but no one’s watching right?), and try speaking aloud. Idk if this will help you but it works for me
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perhaps you're not sleeping enough? how many hours of sleep are you getting?
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perhaps you're not sleeping enough? how many hours of sleep are you getting?
tbh i sleep a lot most dys ill get at least 8 hours so im confused myself
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Try more active revision. Like more practice questions, make up actions for facts you need to remember (I know it sounds weird but no one’s watching right?), and try speaking aloud. Idk if this will help you but it works for me
recently i have tried revising out loud and its helped A LOT
thanks for the tips
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tbh i sleep a lot most dys ill get at least 8 hours so im confused myself
revising out loud is a good suggestion :yes:
perhaps some classical music in the background may help too so your environment is not completely silent?:dontknow:
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recently i have tried revising out loud and its helped A LOT
thanks for the tips
You’re welcome! I’m glad it helped
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revising out loud is a good suggestion :yes:
perhaps some classical music in the background may help too so your environment is not completely silent?:dontknow:
I've tried piano music, it did actually help a lot but I have tinnitus so wearing earphones is a pain :/
And I revise in school in my frees so I cant blast the music unfortunately 😭😂
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I've tried piano music, it did actually help a lot but I have tinnitus so wearing earphones is a pain :/
And I revise in school in my frees so I cant blast the music unfortunately 😭😂
aw sorry to hear you have tinnitus would overear headphones be better if you played the music sorta quietly??
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