6 Types Of College Students As Spongebob Characters
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6 Types Of College Students As Spongebob Characters

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6 Types Of College Students As Spongebob Characters

Spongebob can tell us a lot about life and the different student personalities we encounter everyday in class. Check out which character you may be sitting next to in your history seminar.

1. Patrick

This type of student is introspective and creative. While he is unconventionally intelligent, he is so preoccupied with daydreaming that he’s failing most of his classes. He’s probably high most of the time too, but he is a loyal friend.

2. Sandy

This person has her entire life together. She finishes her homework the day it’s assigned. She wakes up at 6 a.m. to run 10 miles every day. She has a 4.0 and still manages to volunteer every weekend as an SAT tutor. Even though she infuriates you with her perfection, you can’t help but admire her work ethic.

3. Plankton

Steer clear of this student. He will offer to collaborate on projects with the sole intention of taking credit for your work. He will pretend to be your friend only if it helps him in some way. He is probably a sociopath.

4. Squidward

This is the kid who stretches his hand to the ceiling while loudly clearing his throat every time the teacher asks a question and scoffs at everyone else’s answers. He handwrites all his notes in calligraphy. He is the party pooper of all party poopers. Oh, and he’s a vegan.

5. Spongebob

This student has a remarkably short attention span and the maturity of a 4th grader. He is a blast to be around but isn’t a great study partner because he’ll be chasing butterflies most of the time.

6. Gary

Does he even go here?
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