The first thing to do is to make sure you get the right amount of sleep the night before (each person is different, for me 8hrs no more, no less), Find something that you will get up at that hour to do, a Tv show, exercise something that makes getting up that early a little less painful. <br />
Set several alarms to go off starting 30 min before you actually plan to get out of bed. The best thing would be to take an elective sports class that you need to get up early for (and you really enjoy), you go take the class, then come back and study and then go on with your day. <br />
You need to find the right incentive for you. After a while it becomes a habit, you might never enjoy it, but it does get easier. Good luck
You have to just do it. Distract yourself with something right when you wake up, like your favorite song, or have a comedian ready to watch. Have a task you want to do or at least something on your mind to distract you until you feel awake!
go to bed sooner... set your alarm. i have no clue wish i did. i wish you luck tho
The short answer is no. You're going to do what works for your body and mind. If you're not a morning person, you're not going to be happy and you're not going to function well early in the morning. Get used to it and don't blame yourself.
Feeling miserable and weighed down by the tasks ahead is not a great way to start. Why do you feel that way ?<br />
get an alarm clock
Don't listen to Dave ;o)...There is a solution, you can have my two year old daughter for a week. She'll definitely make sure you don't sleep in past 9am! Hahahaha