Will students pass a competitive exam that they failed in their dreams?

@article{Arnulf2014WillSP,
  title={Will students pass a competitive exam that they failed in their dreams?},
  author={I. Arnulf and Laure Grosliere and Thibault Le Corvec and J. Golmard and A. Duguet},
  journal={Consciousness and Cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={36-47}
}
We tested whether dreams can anticipate a stressful exam and how failure/success in dreams affect next-day performance. We collected information on students' dreams during the night preceding the medical school entrance exam. Demographic, academic, sleep and dream characteristics were compared to the students' grades on the exam. Of the 719 respondents to the questionnaire (of 2324 total students), 60.4% dreamt of the exam during the night preceding it. Problems with the exam appeared in 78% of… Expand
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