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College, First Semester Vs. Second Semester

We all just start to care a little bit less...

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College, First Semester Vs. Second Semester

Dressing for class

First semester: Everyone look at me, I am fabulous.

Second Semester: At least when you're dead, you're comfortable.

Reading the syllabus

First semester: "I'm going to follow this thing like it's the bible"

Second semester: Nah

Professors keeping you the entire class period

First Semester: Wow, they actually took the whole class period

Second semester: GET. ME. OUT. OF. HERE.

When people try to make small talk in your classes

First semester: "Wow, no way, girl in my comm lecture Mondays and Wednesdays that I'll never speak to again!"

Second Semester:

Looking at your exam and doing better than you thought you would

First Semester:

Second Semester: It's a miracle

When you're asked to participate in class discussion

First semester: "Trying my best to act like I care"

Second semester: Nope, don't care.

When people ask you how you're doing:

First semester: Fake it 'til you make it.

Second semester: That's a good question, I really don't know

Writing papers

First Semester: Trying to impress all of your professors.

Second Semester: All that matters is that it's complete.

When a car almost hits you while walking to class

First semester:

Second semester: Pay my tuition.

Using rate my professor

First semester: Checking to see who's the best professor for the course... "Grades fairly and a cute TA"? Sign me up.

Second semester: Writing personal reviews like

Your Parents asking you about your grades

First semester: Prized student, you must be so proud

Second Semester: It's for your own good

Flirting

First semester: "You're so good at Chemistry"

Second semester:

When you missed an assignment that was in the syllabus even though your professor told you everything would be in the syllabus:

Both Semesters:

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