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Does anyone do early morning revision? I have three cgp books to learn for science and three cgp books to learn for history as well as other subjects and I feel bogged down, in the evening I slump after having worked hard at school and doing homework.

I’m willing to try anything now to get a load of information into my brain for the next three months.

Does it work for any of you?
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Does anyone do early morning revision? I have three cgp books to learn for science and three cgp books to learn for history as well as other subjects and I feel bogged down, in the evening I slump after having worked hard at school and doing homework.

I’m willing to try anything now to get a load of information into my brain for the next three months.

Does it work for any of you?
Early Morning is the best time to revise and to study, its when your brains if fully active.
my experience was very great, its going to be hard at first but soon youll get used to it.

Good Luck
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Hi young man,

I recommend all my students to study 5 am to 6.30 am OR 5.30 am to 7 am, depending on personal circumstances (no. of family members who need the bathroom in turn, time your mum puts breaky on table, what time you need to leave for school, etc.). I recommend this because it worked wonders for me myself a few years ago (top student in whole of Kenya at GCSE - sorry about the bragging - just happens to be a fact); everyone else is dozing away, so it's peaceful and quiet - you are fresh and alert [not tired and half dropping off] after a whole night's rest (go to bed at 9 pm if necessary - you can do your clubbing in the summer hols ).

It does not work for everyone, but defo worth trying - you will be amazed at the increase in efficiency - your concentration will be so much better that you will achieve in an hour what you might achieve in 2 hours or more at night.

One other point: when you wake up [ideally half hour b4 you start studying [to allow absorption], eat one banana or a bar of chocolate - these are fast sources of glucose, which is the main substrate [the food type that is used for respiration] of the brain.

Best of luck!
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Early Morning is the best time to revise and to study, its when your brains if fully active.
my experience was very great, its going to be hard at first but soon youll get used to it.

Good Luck
Thanks that’s great, I’ve been training myself for the past two days. What time do you start studying?
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Hi young man,

I recommend all my students to study 5 am to 6.30 am OR 5.30 am to 7 am, depending on personal circumstances (no. of family members who need the bathroom in turn, time your mum puts breaky on table, what time you need to leave for school, etc.). I recommend this because it worked wonders for me myself a few years ago (top student in whole of Kenya at GCSE - sorry about the bragging - just happens to be a fact); everyone else is dozing away, so it's peaceful and quiet - you are fresh and alert [not tired and half dropping off] after a whole night's rest (go to bed at 9 pm if necessary - you can do your clubbing in the summer hols ).

It does not work for everyone, but defo worth trying - you will be amazed at the increase in efficiency - your concentration will be so much better that you will achieve in an hour what you might achieve in 2 hours or more at night.

One other point: when you wake up [ideally half hour b4 you start studying [to allow absorption], eat one banana or a bar of chocolate - these are fast sources of glucose, which is the main substrate [the food type that is used for respiration] of the brain.

Best of luck!
M
Thanks for those great tips, good to know it did you good. I’ll definitely try this, I was thinking 5:30am until 7:30 am then just briefly testing myself on what I learned before an early night. I’ll try out your tips
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Thanks that’s great, I’ve been training myself for the past two days. What time do you start studying?
about 5:30 AM
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about 5:30 AM
I am planning on starting at that time - thank you!
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I am planning on starting at that time - thank you!
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Didn’t do it today ;(

I’ll start it properly tomorrow, btw do you allow yourself to sleep in a bit at weekend or would that mess up the whole body clock?
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Didn’t do it today ;(

I’ll start it properly tomorrow, btw do you allow yourself to sleep in a bit at weekend or would that mess up the whole body clock?
No i wake up daily, giving yourself a break on weekends can make you feel lazy to get up the next day.
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