Students perform best at Lunchtime, says Times Study

A study conducted by the Times has concluded that University students perform best, in that they learn well and are more active and lively, at Lunchtime, and don’t perform well beforehand.

This has raised some questions about the logic of having lectures at 9AM, given how students, many of which go out drinking and go to bed late as a result, do not function properly before lunchtime.

We interviewed some students to get their views on this.

We first interviewed two post-grad Psychology students, named Lauren Dolphin and Katie Raine.

We then interviewed a BSc Genetics student named Sam Hopkins.

Samuel Hopkins 01.02.2018
Samuel Hopkins, a BA Genetics student kind enough to give us his views. Picture: Rhiannon Bevan/

Finally, we interviewed first year BA Politics & Human Rights student Julius Lukosious, who is from Lithuania.

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