30 Thoughts Students Have When Registering For An 8 A.M. Class
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30 Thoughts Students Have When Registering For An 8 A.M. Class

We have all been there.

30 Thoughts Students Have When Registering For An 8 A.M. Class

Everyone has been there: looking up a specific class you need to graduate only to find out that there is only one class available and it is at eight o'clock in the morning. Here are a few thoughts that everyone has in those situations.

1. So you're telling me that every other section of this class is filled?

2. Maybe I should not have waited so long to register for classes...

3. Maybe it won’t be so bad after all...

4. Would it be a great way to start the day?

5. Sleeping in late is a waste of time anyways.

6. Maybe I would be more productive in the morning?

7. Maybe I can be one of *those* morning people.

8. Ugh. That means I can’t do my homework an hour before class...

9. Well, I mean... that still won’t stop me from trying.

10. Maybe it would be a low-key class and the professor won't be too hard on us.

11. It’s okay, I can set my alarm an hour before.

12. This building is across campus!

13. I will never be a morning person.

14. It won't be so bad, I would get used to it eventually.

15. Not to mention, I would even be able to get work done afterward. This is a great plan...

16. There really isn’t another section of this class?

17. Do I really need this class to graduate?

18. Do I even really need to graduate? Can't I just fall off the grid and herd sheep in Siberia?

19. It's probably not going to be that bad.

20. I had a bunch of 8 A.M. classes when I was a freshman, and I got through those, right?

21. It's still probably not going to be that bad.

22. I had early classes in high school and I got through those...

23. Maybe I can convince one of my friends to take this class with me?

24. I wonder if this is going to be one of those classes where I *need* to be there.

25. Yikes.

26. Should I just change my major?

27. Is it worth it?

28. I will definitely regret this the morning of.

29. The lengths I go through to get an education...

30. Maybe I can get something to write for the Odyssey out of this entire experience?

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