11 Thoughts You Have On The First Day Of Classes
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11 Thoughts You Have On The First Day Of Classes

Welcome has come to a close and it's time to get down to business.

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11 Thoughts You Have On The First Day Of Classes
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My first day as a college sophomore has come and gone (CRAZY!). After moving in, saying goodbye to the family and hanging with friends, Welcome Week has sadly ended and classes have finally started. Here are the thoughts students experience during their first day back:

1. It's the night before classes and it finally hits you that classes start tomorrow

2. You hear your alarm go off promptly at 8 AM and search for the snooze button

3. You have to look semi-decent just because it's the first day

4. You make your long trek to class and try to be on time

5. You worry about walking into the wrong class


6. You search for a buddy as soon as you walk through the door

7. You fall asleep every class to the professor reading the syllabus

8. You pray your teacher doesn't ask for introductions in front of the class

9. You double pray that he/she doesn't ask for a fun fact about yourself

10. You come home and already having tons of homework, but desperately need a nap

11. Despite it all, you're still very happy to be back at school with your best friends!

So happy to be back!


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