smccgrey wrote:sfoglia wrote:Can we talk about this? I read something very important yesterday that I would like to share with the class.
SCIENCE SAYS YOUR BRAIN ISN'T FULLY AWAKE UNTIL TWO HOURS AFTER YOU'VE WOKEN. You have the cognitive ability of a drunk person when you first wake up, they say (the scientists). This has been true forever since the dawn of time of the age of man, amen.
Yeah I'm going to start adjusting my sleep cycle so that I'll be waking up naturally around 5 or 6 on exam day. SHOULD BE FUN.
I just want to have time to cook a nice healthy breakfast, go have morning coffee with the husband, do a few warm up LGs and actually be awake for the exam.
Before I took December 13', I started waking up at 5:30am everyday for 3 weeks prior to the test. I walked, ate a nice breakfast, did a little prep, and headed over to the test feeling like a million bucks. Everyone else looked like they just rolled out of bed. I honestly attribute my performance last time to making those minor adjustments. Andddddd the fact that I somehow perform really well under pressure. BUT BESIDES THAT IT WAS THE WAKING UP EARLY