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    Hey all,
    uh i don't have a study space in my house, my room is too small for a desk, book shelf,PC etc,how can i still get decent grades without a study space.

    I do go to the library,but how can i do late night revision, pr revision when my librays closed.

    there is no space for a table of any sort in my room
    how can i work around this
    Many thanks
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    On ur bed
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    i do it all on my bed with the laptop
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    Sit on the floor.
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    Maybe on the kitchen table/dining room table when no1 else is in? I use to do that but my parrot got annoying lol. Bless him
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    I always use the kitchen table. Less distraction from the computer etc downstairs- helps me to focus.
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    I sit on the floor or on my bed anyway...and my desk is quite large...:yy:
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    Kitchen/dinning table. I always revised on my bed now im at uni i actually use my desk
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    I sit on the floor to do any work. I have a desk, but it's teeny weeny, so.. yeah.
 
 
 
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