Studying during Ramadan

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Hey guys just wondering what any of my fellow Muslim students did to maintain a good study timetable for important exams like a levels.
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Sometimes if you start a timetable before the Ramadan period starts, because you’re already in the habit of studying certain hours - you might find that it naturally carries over
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(Original post by zz_zaina)
Hey guys just wondering what any of my fellow Muslim students did to maintain a good study timetable for important exams like a levels.
During lockdown and study leave, I studied for my exams between iftaar +and suhoor, and rewarded myself with food lol.
Then from 3/4am - 12pm I slept... went to work in lockdown and repeated.

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I’ve just realised Ramadan is in the build up to my final exam season. I’m gonna have to take note of the advice here lol. The start is always the most difficult
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The problem with me in Ramadan is that I love tea and take about 5 to 6 cups of tea or coffee a day so, when I don't get tea in the morning I get a really bad headache and then the whole day I can't revise.
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I’d revise how I would normally. It also helps that my parents don’t get on my throat 24/7, knowing that I’m fasting.
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