Sleeping Patterns For Better Studies

Whether you were once a school student or you are a school student right now, you might have pulled an all-nighter perhaps to complete an assessment the day before it’s due, or to do some last minute study on the night before an exam. Some may argue that they are able to  study more effectively during later parts of the night, while others (for example, parents) tend to lean towards the view that a good 8 hours of sleep a day will keep the low grades away!

A study, which was conducted by the University of South Australia, investigated the links between sleep patterns and academic performance and has come to a conclusion about the matter based on some very interesting research and experiments…

So will that all-nighter improve or impair your academic performance in the long run?

Follow the links to the study and read on to find out!

http://w3.unisa.edu.au/researcher/issue/2005july/story2.asp