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Old 04-01-2006, 12:24 AM   #151
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how is school going for you, Axver?
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A bit overwhelming, but I suspect this has a lot to do with my tendency to procrastinate.

Otherwise, I'm loving it.
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I loved school too, it was just the damn work that got in my way. but you seem like someone who enjoys learning.
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how many hours are you taking?
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I'm going to head to my comfy bed... thanks for a great evening everyone! See you all soon!
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Axver how many courses are you taking???

when i go to collage or what ever im going to try to take 2
or 3!!
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Well, I only have to go into class for a total of eleven hours a week, but in theory, because it's a full-time workload, I should be doing a total of forty hours of work a week, including my eleven hours actually at uni.

Whether I stick to that is another matter entirely ...
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why love_u2_adam?
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Axver how many courses are you taking???
I'm doing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in History and International Relations, and we do four courses per semester. This semester, I'm doing Europe 1200-1800, Rise Of Modern Asia, Introduction To International Relations, and Modern Political Ideologies. I find it all tremendously interesting.
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why what...why am i going to take 2 or 3 or like why am i here

i love history...but just not Canadian history....I'm reading this book on vampires (its called the historian)its on istanbul and around there in the 1800 and the stuff that went on...its soo cool!!!
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here they say the general rule of thumb is 3 hours of work outside of class for every hour in, yea right
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here they say the general rule of thumb is 3 hours of work outside of class for every hour in, yea right
Yeah, my supposed 11:40 ratio basically gives that 1:3. Like anyone actually does that!
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