Looks like late risers want to avoid section B or H since they have to get up at 9 4 days a week instead of 3. And since I brought this up I can only assume that I will be in Section B or H once the sections are assigned, since things usually shake out like that.
fair like the sun that shines in my soul when you're near, emily
Wow, Em is genius!
Quote from: Goodfella on July 21, 2006, 02:02:13 PMLooks like late risers want to avoid section B or H since they have to get up at 9 4 days a week instead of 3. And since I brought this up I can only assume that I will be in Section B or H once the sections are assigned, since things usually shake out like that.Yeah, but once you get used to getting up at 9 three days a week, four won't be that much of a difference. I'm a late riser, but I once had this class in college that met at 9 four days a week that took attendance. The subject matter was dry - literature from before 1800, but the professor was an amazing lecturer. Being able to stay awake and pay attention during his lectures definitely made up for the early start (so here's hoping for the section with the awesome profs).
Well, I guess you want to have whoever is best of the Torts professors, since Torts always meets at 9 am, and if you're in B hope that 9 am Legal Writing is doable.
Honestly, Legal Writing class (Refering to the actual in-classroom activities) isn't that big of an issue; you've got to go, but its the class that you can get through half-asleep.
It would be so great if we could send along these preferences...sigh. I'm a super early riser, but am brain dead in the afternoons... and watch, I'll end up with all classes in the afternoon. Have to invest in some toothpicks to prop the eyelids open
boo section b. boo 9am classes! is that your section sliceserve?
Anyone living in eagles landing?