It's time for class, you're about to learn new things, create bright ideas and find yourself. While all of that might be true, I'm sure you're still going to find any reason not to go to class. So here's five reasons why you might skip out on a couple of classes.
1) It's too early
Remember sitting in your adviser's office scheduling your classes for the next semester thinking about how you wanted to have more free time in the afternoon, so you scheduled all 8 a.m.'s. Yeah, I'm sure you're feeling pretty good about that when your third snooze for your alarm goes off at 7:50 and you're still debating whether or not to get up.
2) You're not ready for the test
You can study all through the night but sometimes that miracle of 'having the answers just come to you doesn't work.' So, it looks like you're volunteering as tribute to skip class and pray the teacher lets you reschedule your test.
3) The weather is bad
Since global warming is taking a hold on the earth your closet is probably filled with shorts and coats that are warm enough for Antarctica. For this matter you most likely feel as though on the cold and rainy days it is essential to stay in.
4) You'd rather be doing something else
We all know by the end of spring semester the weather is nice. The air is fresh and there's no way you want to waste a beautiful day inside an old and dark classroom staring at a 50 year old chalkboard. This is all reason to gather up a group of friends and find something way more interesting to do.
5) You just don't feel like it
Okay, with all of the excuses you can use to not go to class this is by far the worst one, but let's be honest we all know it is the most realistic reason there is. Sometimes you really just don't feel up to sitting in a class for an hour to earn one point for attendance.