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Oct. 15th, 2004 @ 11:43 pm I'm such a Hypocryt...
What does it mean, when you're sobbing over your homework? When the clock's creeping past one, and you've still got books in front of you... your work shirt still on? When your hands are shaking with the sissors, but you're still cutting away? What does it mean, when you only close your eyes, because the tears burn, but you still stay awake? Just a few more minuets, you say to yourself... What does it mean, when at 1:30 you're still clicking away on a calculator, and all your numbers are blurring together? At 2, you finally take the shower you've been waiting for... the last part of the day... and you let loose because no one can hear you cry when the water's running... and still, you fall asleep over your history book...

6 hours of school.

Reading for English + Vocab

Problems for Math.

A chapter with notes for U.S. History.

Project due in Spanish.

Vectors for Physics.

5 1/2 hours of work.

How many hours are there in the day?

Me this Wensday.
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Date:October 16th, 2004 07:33 am (UTC)
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Geh, I swear, teachers load on too much homework. What always worked for me was spreading it out over time - do a little, do something else, continue homework, do something else, etc. It actually worked to take my mind off stress and stuff *nods*

What's it mean? You're freaking stressed, that's what it means. I've had times when I was so loaded down, I stabbed a pencil straight through my notebook. Geds, algebra pisses me off...
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Date:October 17th, 2004 06:45 am (UTC)
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I'm sorry. =\ School farking sucks. This is why you should take a lot of seminars. XD They're evil, but useful. Either way...*glomps* I'm really freakin' good at math (got a 1 on meh MEAP XD), so if you need help there, I'm here for ya. As long as it's not Geometry. I farking suck at geometry. o_O
*glomps* It means you're stressed out. =\ If it weren't so late in the semester, I'd say drop some of your classes and take them next year or when your load's lighter. Better yet, drop half of your classes at the semester (well, not really HALF), pick up some seminars for some homework, then next year pick the classes back up at the semester point. XD It works, believe it or not. o_O As long as you spread it out so you have some easy, no-brainer classes to even the load. But make sure you don't get behind in your credits, because that would farking suck. Find some other required classes and pick those up at the semester instead of some of your harder ones - cool beans if they're only semester long classes.
Good luck S-chaaaaan~~~ *glomps*
Date:October 17th, 2004 02:39 pm (UTC)
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now if only I were in college... THAT would help, lol.