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    I saw that someone had done a thread on this subject yesterday, but i was wondering if there is anyone that wants to be my study partner for late night sessions of revision (from around 10 till 2 or 3 am). cos i also get very bored and its kind of interesting when u got someone thats doin rev at the same time as u so u dnt feel lonely in a way.
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    I've never studied that late.
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    (Original post by Lil-Qu)
    I saw that someone had done a thread on this subject yesterday, but i was wondering if there is anyone that wants to be my study partner for late night sessions of revision (from around 10 till 2 or 3 am). cos i also get very bored and its kind of interesting when u got someone thats doin rev at the same time as u so u dnt feel lonely in a way.
    You might find it useful to put up your subects and level of study. I'm not offering to join you at these hours, since I'm a lark - not an owl - doing past F Maths papers currently at 7.45 a.m.!

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    (Original post by Aitch)
    since I'm a lark - not an owl - doing past F Maths papers currently at 7.45 a.m.!

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    do you can this early? :eek:


    anyway, i'll probably have to stay this late this two/three weeks - i have so much work that i don't even know how i'll cope with it
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    It's a great idea, but i could not work at that time :eek:
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    (Original post by Monii)
    do you can this early? :eek:


    anyway, i'll probably have to stay this late this two/three weeks - i have so much work that i don't even know how i'll cope with it

    I think that an important revision skill is the ability to know when you work best - morning, afternoon, night - and when you have to stop, and do something else, even if just for 10 minutes.

    Staring at things and taking nothing in is much worse than going for a walk round the block, coffee, chat.

    I just tick early in the day. I'm shot by 10.30 p.m.!

    [Lots of people think that 7.45 a.m. isn't early, btw!]

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    erm yeah sure! usually i work till 4am or when Im tired i go to bed at 10 pm...and wake up at 4:30/5 am to work
    so i wouldnt mind having one
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    I've been doing all-nighters these past few weeks and they're absolutely useless if you don't catch up the sleep. If you do sleep proper 8 hour sessions, that means sleeping during the day that can really mess you up.

    I'm an absolute wreck at the moment
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    (Original post by Aitch)
    I think that an important revision skill is the ability to know when you work best - morning, afternoon, night - and when you have to stop, and do something else, even if just for 10 minutes.

    Staring at things and taking nothing in is much worse than going for a walk round the block, coffee, chat.

    I just tick early in the day. I'm shot by 10.30 p.m.!

    [Lots of people think that 7.45 a.m. isn't early, btw!]

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    yes i see it's individual.. but it was last week i think when i had to do some maths this time - and surprisingly it worked (although i couldn't be bothered to wake up early just because of doing homework/studying)
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    Twas I who posted the last thread! I would definitely be willing to stay up late for a study sesh. All of you who have never stayed up that late - WTF??? You're really lucky! I've even pulled literal all-nighters before! And 7:45 is not early when you have to get up at 7 to go to school anyway - a few weeks ago I went to bed at 6 and got up at 7.

    I'm not a superwoman - it makes me feel rubbish, but it's gotta be done really because I have so much to do. And for the record, I am also a complete wreck at the moment
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    I've never done an all nighter....latest I've gone to bed after work is about 2am! *shrugs* I need my sleep!
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    So Whos Up For It??
    Its Meant To Start In An Hour... Quicktime Ppl
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    By The Way, Im Studying Physics And Chemistry And Biology
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    I've tried to do allnighters, but sometimes, fall just short of the whole night. Fall asleeep at 5 a.m and wake up at 7 for the uni exam (total last minute revision if needed).
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    (Original post by Xenon)
    I've tried to do allnighters, but sometimes, fall just short of the whole night. Fall asleeep at 5 a.m and wake up at 7 for the uni exam (total last minute revision if needed).

    what a psycho
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    But all-nighters are easy! As long as you're motivated, of course (and have a supply of caffeine... )
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    I'm in
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    you used to be genuwine or somehting.....
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    no **** sherlock :rolleyes:
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    hahahahahah, shes LosT
 
 
 
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