Do you prefer revising really early in the morning or really late at night?

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Out of the two only, do you prefer revising really early in the morning or really late at night?
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Out of the two only, do you prefer revising really early in the morning or really late at night?
Early. I'm less than useless after 6pm.
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Early. I'm less than useless after 6pm.
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Early. I'm less than useless after 6pm.
Same here

I prefer to wake up at around 5 am to study, it seems to help!
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Late at night. I often stay up until 1-2 am when studying. Mornings are for sleeping!
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Same here

I prefer to wake up at around 5 am to study, it seems to help!
That's a good routine to get into.
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Out of the two only, do you prefer revising really early in the morning or really late at night?
Revising late at the night makes me unfocussed whereas revising really early helps me absorb more information
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That's a good routine to get into.
It is, the only issues are when you go to bed late and you only have a few hours sleep!

Have you thought about creating a study routine? They can be effective if it works for you
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It is, the only issues are when you go to bed late and you only have a few hours sleep!

Have you thought about creating a study routine? They can be effective if it works for you
That's actually my new year's resolution of 2020. I created a 24-hour timetable and I'm trying my best to stick to it.
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When I was at uni, I would revise early in the morning when I felt at my freshest.
Late at night was no good for me, I was like a zombie by then lol.
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That's actually my new year's resolution of 2020. I created a 24-hour timetable and I'm trying my best to stick to it.
Good luck. Have you thought about making a gyg? they can sometimes help.
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At night cause it’s peaceful
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Late at night definitely, I cant study, think, exercise nor do much in the mornings as Ive only just woke up from sleeping. How the **** do people manage to study in the early morning, Ive never understood it, nor have i understood how people can exercise at 9am. Ive always wanted to do the parkrun which starts at 9am but I just dont enjoy anything, other than sleep and relaxing, in the morning.

In the evening you have been awake all day and so must be more than alert, this is the case for me. I exercise much better between 7 - 9 pm, my favourite time to study is from 11 pm to 2 am when everything is quiet, I can think deeply and out of the box about things as i feel more energetic and seperated from the world, the time is my own as I know that I can relax and sleep in the hours following. When Ive done all my assignments during the night.

When im not working full time I drift very quickly into a nocturnal sleeping pattern where I go to bed at 4-5am and sleep until 12/1pm in the afternoon, i dont know why its just always been the case. I worry about retirement as i’l end up nocturnal.
Im not young either my uni days are way behind me and i work full time.
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That's actually my new year's resolution of 2020. I created a 24-hour timetable and I'm trying my best to stick to it.
would you like to share it?
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If I wake up extra early I just wake up tired and do worse at everything involved in being a human.
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i don't get up ridiculously early to revise but if i had to pick between the two, definitely early. i'm usually doing work till 9pm on a schoolday and my attention tends to ebb away after that.
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My preference is late at night, partly because of how my body clocks work and I'm less likely to get distracted at that time, but part of that is because i'm part of a big family and ive got in the habit of doing work late at night when it is much quieter.
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Out of the two only, do you prefer revising really early in the morning or really late at night?
Really early. Really early.
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Honestly I prefer not to revise at all aha
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Scientific research actually says, revising before you sleep helps you absorb more info
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