Shanice Johnson Professor Nelson
11 October 2013
Morning Classes vs. Afternoon Classes
After being in school for three years, I believe that college is all about time management and discipline, and both play a huge role in deciding how you plan out your class schedule. The best part about taking classes is being able to decide whether or not you want to take morning classes or afternoon classes. Being in college also means being involved in different groups and organizations, hanging out with friends, or just finding time to sneak a nap in the middle of the day. In order to do that, it’s best you give yourself an equal amount of time for class and a social life. Both schedules come with their share of pros and cons, but it’s up to you to figure out what suits you and when you will be the most productive. I have decided that morning classes are a better fit for my life style, because although I am not a morning person I like the fact that I can knock out all my classes early in the day and still have the time to fit a nap in before I continue with the rest of my day. Having a class in the afternoon it’s hard to plan out your time before classes because most likely you are sleeping in or being lazy enjoying all the free time you have before class. Morning classes take more discipline than afternoon classes because most classes start at 8 AM and for a college student, especially on those 3 AM nights, waking up and dragging your brain to an 8 AM class isn’t always the best idea. I feel like professors respect the students who have the strength to take morning classes much more than those students who start their day at 12 o’clock because they feel like you actually have the drive to be in class and get your work done. Afternoon classes do not seem to take as much discipline because there is no reason why you cannot get but by 11a.m. and go...
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