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Old 03-23-11, 12:25 AM
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Re: Pulling All-Nighters?

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Originally Posted by Aald4x4 View Post
Yea, I know a lot of people do it (especially students), but every time I do it I tell myself "I really need to stop doing this". I get plenty of sleep most nights when I don't stay up, I'd say on average I get a good 10hrs of sleep per night, or more.

I usually stay up all night studying before a test, then go take the test, then go home and sleep for like 14hrs. Hey, on the bright side, no sleep for one night and then 14hrs of sleep the next night is an average of 7hrs per night, not too bad!

Aald, good way to think about that. You're balancing it out.
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