I Picked A Night Class...On Purpose
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I Picked A Night Class...On Purpose

Monday nights, here I come!

I Picked A Night Class...On Purpose

The fall semester is officially over and the winter break has begun. Which is great!

What's not great is that my final semester of college is right around the corner. I graduate in May 2020 and I am terrified. I have spent the last four years learning so much about journalism and now is the time to use everything I learned. I hope I don't forget anything.

Along with it being my final semester, I have done something I have never done before: choose a three hour night class.

I have a few free electives to use and wanted to wait until my last semester to do it.

My Monday night class will be one of those electives and I actually look forward to having this class at that time.

A majority of people hate night classes and I understand why. Nights are usually supposed to be the time students relax away from classes. Well, not me for this class.

Honestly, I will probably go to bed as soon as I get back to my apartment after class on Mondays. And that is okay. Having a three-hour class early in the week will allow me to focus on other classes throughout the rest of the week.

I look forward to this class and my other ones as well. I tried to branch out a bit for my final semester and I am happy with my schedule.

Night classes might not be fun for most people but it may depend on the class and your mindset. Think about it this way: it's only once a week.

You get to concentrate on one subject for longer without having to think about other classes at the same time.

I have taken an 8 a.m. before and now I am ready to experience a night class.

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