Getting enough sleep is vital for feeling and performing your best, which
makes a good night’s rest particularly important around exam time.
Here are a few tips which we hope will improve your night’s sleep.
1. When you are preparing for your exams and planning your time, make sure sleep is in
included in that plan.
2.Have a great sleeping environment. Make sure to keep you bedroom cool, dark
3.Remove all electronic devices from the bedroom. The blue light omitted will affect
your melatonin levels which in turns affect your ability to get a good night’s sleep.
4.Sleep is important to doing well in exams, as it improves memory recall and the ability
to concentrate. It is also necessary to store memories, so if you pull an all-nighter, the chance are you wont remember much of what you studied anyway.
5..To maximize performance, you should try to get at least 8 hours sleep
6.Start your morning with a good breakfast. Research shows that students who eat
breakfast do significantly better in exams than those who don’t.
The Very Best of Luck
Because Sleep Matters