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Morning Birds? College Schedule?

l_paynel_payne 54 replies17 threads Junior Member
edited March 2010 in Community Colleges
So who likes morning classes? I'm trying to sign up for early morning classes at my CC, but I hear that a lot of people don't like early classes. I'm thinking this is a good thing (so I can get the schedule I want).XD

When I was thirteen I went to a foreign language university and took the bus every morning at 7:45a.m. and enjoyed it. I don't even think that is early, but tons of kids think 8:00a.m. is too early for college classes. I'm not exactly a morning bird, but not exactly a night owl either. Guess that works to my advantage.
edited March 2010
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  • bookreaderbookreader 1968 replies53 threads Senior Member
    Advantage of morning classes- you get the best parking!
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  • cartersamcartersam 10 replies2 threads New Member
    I signed up for a class at 6:30 am. It was horrible. I'm not a morning person, so getting up at that time twice a week drove me crazy. I ended up transferring to a later class, which worked out well because I liked the time and the teacher more.

    I don't believe that 8:00 is early though. I have a Chemistry class that starts at 8:10 and I've never had a problem getting to class on time, even though I have to drive 45 minutes to get to the school. Both my lab partners seem to have problems with getting up on time, however.
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  • EmilyChangEmilyChang 4 replies1 threads New Member
    You are an active student!

    I also like get up early, because I have a clear head in the morning.
    If I don't get up early I think I am wasting a lot of time.
    Get out of the bed immediately once you hear the alarm is the best way to wake up,
    then you can bring a happy attitude to start the day.
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  • ayllalunesayllalunes 71 replies10 threads Junior Member
    well, I love waking up early, in high school I used to wake up at 5:45 and be there at 7., but I must admit I think much better at night and I figures the courses I've done better are all after 5. Still, I wake up early, but like having the option of just be in my college later. my school offers classes that start as early as 5:30 AM and some that start as late as 12:15 AM, which is awesome and I'm probably gonna end up taking next semester.
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