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Five Students Who Are Doing Revision Drastically Wrong

13/03/2014 14:28 GMT | Updated 13/03/2014 15:59 GMT

Revision can do funny things to people. You've got the standard dose of worry that accompanies preparing for any exam, along with a helping of procrastination and a whole load of excuses ("I'll start work after this episode is finished, honest!").

But some people can take these to extremes. If you find yourself stocking up on so many Sharpies you've bought out the shop, or you've managed to justify five hours of gaming as a "quick study break", it may be time to reevaluate things.

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You may find yourself updating your Facebook friends with every minute detail of your revision progress, or doing the opposite and taking a well-deserved nap after putting in the effort of getting out your books and powering up your laptop in preparation for work. If this is the case, you may want to consider taking a new approach to your revision.

Here are five types of people who are doing revision drastically wrong:

5 Signs You're Doing Revision Wrong