It's important that you try to keep a good sleep routine, especially around important deadlines and exams.
Here are some sleep tips:
While you might feel tempted to pull an 'all nighter' before an exam, research shows you need between 6 to 9 hours of sleep to function properly. This varies from person to person
The same goes for naps. While some people can nap for 20 minutes, feel refreshed and still sleep well at night, they don’t work at all for other people
The amount of sleep you get also affects your ability to properly encode memories i.e. what you've just spent the day studying!
What you do through the day affects your ability to sleep at night. Doing some physical activity, eating a balanced diet, not drinking caffeine in the afternoons, and getting enough daylight in the mornings can help
Routine is really important when it comes to your sleep. Try sticking to a regular bedtime and wake time, even on the weekends