Here are a few things that I've learned during revision madness:
1) No matter how long you have to study for an exam, you will always need one more day.
2) 12 hours of studying a day can make you pretty crazy, but surrounding yourself with people who are equally crazy makes you seem a little more sane.
4) The UoB Arts and Social Sciences library at opening time during exam period is a frightening place to be and for hordes of desperate students, mob mentality rules.
5) When given a daily work out the brain can absorb information at a surprising rate. When given numerous pints of beer, the rate at which it can forget things is pretty surprising too...
6) Lack of sleep can actually be deadly (discovered in the midst of a bout of pre-exam insomnia) as proved by some unwilling rodent test subjects.
7) A little zombie killing is good for the soul. Thank you Resident Evil 4 for the many study breaks we spent together.
8) Talking to people about an exam after it has finished is be highly dangerous and should be avoided at all costs, as demonstrated by Cyanide and Happiness;