Most college students like to start our day at the latest point possible. After 3 years of college I have found some golden rules to follow when it comes to scheduling for classes.
1st- Never schedule a Friday class if at all possible!
2nd- Try not to schedule a class before 11am. This has a couple positives. You have enough time to wake up before a test after studying all night and get that last couple hour cram session in. You don’t have to worry as much about the angel on your right shoulder telling you it’s a bad idea to go out during the week.
3rd- For those of you trying to get a job make sure you clump your classes together so you have time to work after/before.
4th- try and live as close to the building that the majority of your classes will be as possible. This is clutch for that extra 10 minutes of sleep!
5th- if you know you are going to have a really hard class. Try and give yourself an hour or so before it. This will give you time for homework and hopefully you wont want to shoot yourself after having already sat through lecture all day.
7:30 – dreaming about… wouldn’t you like to know
10:50- class is in ten minutes, jump out of bed throw on a hat and some clothes (for some reason they don’t like when you show up in your birthday suit)
11:00- walk in to class as it starts; I try to sit towards the front to help my already dwindling attention rate.
12:00- some other class
2:30 – last class
I have taken one or two night classes these aren’t bad depending on the teacher and your willingness to sit in a classroom for 2 and a half hours.
5:00- usually head into work to be a server. I get to hear a lot of people complain for the next 4 hours.
I’m reading Chemistry: The Central Science