8 Songs to Keep You Going During Exam Time

Get ready for exams!

Exam season is approaching and, as expected, every professor has scheduled an exam within the same two-day period. Keep yourself going all night with these energizing tunes that will ward off sleep and keep you focused on the task at hand.

It’s exam time. A quick glance at your calendar will leave you feeling dizzy and overwhelmed, so you decide it‘s time to say goodbye to Thirsty Thursdays and say hello to your new home: the library. You forget to invite your friends with you because this time you’re serious about studying, but in the absence of the latest gossip, courtesy of your best friend, you’re suddenly overwhelmed with sleep.

We’ve all been there. I’m the first to admit that I have fallen asleep at every library on campus, but I have realized that good music keeps me going.

Studies have shown that classical music stimulates both parts of the brain, and while you will find Clair de Lune in my “Top 25 Most Played” iTunes playlist, classical music cannot keep me going while I’m already sleepy, so I have turned to what is in my opinion one of the best music marriages of all time: dubstep and classical music.

Just listen.

1. Classical Violin Dubstep

2. Classical Dubstep (Cello)

3. Beethoven Dubstep

4. Chopin Dubstep

5. Orchestral Dubstep

6. Polar – Spring Dubstep

7. Mozart Dubstep

8. Mozart Symphony No 25 Dubstep

Want more? Feel free to explore the realms of Youtube for more of these songs.

What songs do you have on your study playlist?

♥AUTHOR: MARIA GALINDO

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