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Old 12-09-2012, 09:18 PM   #48
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Default Re: Motivation for Tests/ Papers. For all Uni/College/Highschool students.

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Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
Yeah I get that . We have a few Asians like that in our school . Us Finns are different, most of us skip all lectures unless they offer real value and really weigh effort/reward tradeoffs
I go for all my lectures, even the shit boring ones, unless I have something more important to do, like watch Roger at the WTF (serious). I don't know why. I guess I hope that by attending, something would register somehow and I wouldn't be totally lost? Even though I get so bored that I start surfing MTF on my phone halfway through. The Finnish way makes more sense.

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
I will just do it all tomorrow. No point starting now.
Go do your homework NOW.
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