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  1. I took my exams a year ago and am now studying at UNI. I prepared like an ordinary nerd: I didn't sleep at night. For me, the normal sleep mode is 4 hours, with exams it was reduced to 2 or 1.5 hours. Of course, there was a feeling of weakness, but my body tolerated it. After the exams, I got enough sleep for the whole month of July and no one bothered me. And I advise you guys to sleep at least 4 hours, otherwise you will burn out.

  2. I've had this happen more than once, or even twice. Not only because of the last-minute preparation, but also because of the excitement and anxiety: I just couldn't sleep. Passed well. The state was strange: as if I was looking at everything that was happening from the side. Nervous tension kept me going, and my memory worked fine. Mindfulness and coordination suffered, there was a certain inhibition of reaction. After the stress (exam), I felt exhausted, but I could have functioned for another half a day.�

    In my first year, I took the philosophy exam using this method: it was my first experience in studying (although I had had sleepless nights before). The exam was at 9 am, but it wasn't until 4:30 pm that I got my turn. Sustained. After leaving the audience and the anxiety subsided, I felt overwhelmed, I was indifferent to absolutely everything.

    Many times, my subconscious mind worked in a strange way and wouldn't let me sleep. Especially when deadlines were approaching: it doesn't let me live with unfinished business.

    There were times when I fell asleep for 2-3 hours (from 5 am to 8, for example) and this was enough. It probably has something to do with the phases of sleep: it's easy to wake up in them.

    It is quite possible to survive after a sleepless night and pass the exam well. But I have no doubt that such methods can rape your body and nervous system. My body tolerates such games so far, but I do not know what will happen to yours. It depends on your personal characteristics.�

    I hope someone smarter than me can explain the situation to you in more detail.

  3. One of my friends, an excellent student, does just that. Just then he sleeps for half the next day, and excitement invigorates and tones up.
    But I prefer at least 3-4 hours, but sleep

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