July 29th, 2013

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do you like being a student?

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A: Not really. I start school early in the morning and by the time I get home in the afternoon, I already have to start studying for the next day. On average, I study 5 to 6 hours per day. During the week I don’t have time for anything else. This means I have no time to hang out with my friends, play video games, go to the movies or concerts, or even just watch a little TV. At most I can listen to a little music on my ipod while studying.

As you can tell, my life is rather bleak. It’s just study, study, study. By the evening I am so tired I am not in the mood to do anything else. I always go to bed exhausted. Unfortunately, I wake up tired too. Maybe I need to organize my time better but I don’t know how. I need to learn how to study more efficiently.

I have a friend who has a great system and I am jealous of him for it. He’s in school from 8 to 1, has lunch, and from 2 to 6 he’s free to do whatever he wants. He is able to play sports, play videogames, go to the movies, go on dates, and even has time left over to relax. He’s home by six and only after dinner does he start to study. He studies from 6 to 8 every day. His father is the principal of school though, and that helps. No teacher would dare give him a bad grade. But I’m just joking; he’s a pretty smart guy.

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