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    Yay biology tests, overdue labs, and all that other stuff... I love science, but sometimes there's just a *bit* too much work, ne?
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    I Had A Graphics HW ... On AutoCAd And Free-Hand Sketching
    A Paper To Write
    Calculus Quiz To Study For
    Statics HW To Do

    I Dun Know ... Isn't That Too Much Or Wat?
    Ur Sis From Hell ... SooSeH

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    wow, just have a bac blanc of math this saturday morming, and afther, in the afternoon a soccer match and i can not think that i still alive (maybe the soiree that i did that night bring me again to live)
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    i used to love homework!!^^.... in kindergarden T-T
    il faut,avant de juger les autres,etre capable de se juger soi-meme...

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    Homework? What homework? I never do no homework. Never will.
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    Nah, that's not too much.

    I have:

    Tests:
    A bio test today. Or I had it. Think I failed.
    A bio test on Friday
    A math test on Wednesday

    Homework:
    Biology
    Math

    Assignments:
    Math ISP - due late March
    Religion media assignment - overdue (today)
    Biology lab - overdue (today - just missed one thing)

    Two different music rehearsals which add up to about 11 hours per week. =P Most part of school.

    Oh but wait, you mentioned calculus. That looks evil. XD
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    Precalculus Test Wednesday
    Physics Research Project overdue by three weeks
    Memorize Marc Antony's Funeral Speech tomorrow.

    And a whole lot else.



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    Precalculus Test Wednesday
    Physics Research Project overdue by three weeks
    Memorize Marc Antony's Funeral Speech tomorrow.

    And a whole lot else.



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    Bleh, homework embodies all of my bad memories from high school (and I suppose it will be the same for college, when I have the drive and the finances to go). When you can ace all your tests, and be the victor of most class discussions (well, not victor per se, but you know what I mean, when you're right and they're wrong), and still fail the class... Yeah, there's a problem there. The problem is that I know a lot of people who have been able to do well on tests and learn the material because they did the homework, as opposed to me, who could just sit in for the classes and get everything (I'm not trying to be arrogant, this is just the way things usually worked). So while I despise homework, for it is truly the bane of my academic career, I realize that it does have merits and thus is there to stay.
    I told him once or twice; to stop playin' cards, and shootin' dice.... he's in the jailhouse now

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePulp
    The problem is that I know a lot of people who have been able to do well on tests and learn the material because they did the homework, as opposed to me, who could just sit in for the classes and get everything (I'm not trying to be arrogant, this is just the way things usually worked). So while I despise homework, for it is truly the bane of my academic career, I realize that it does have merits and thus is there to stay.
    i know lots of people who just don't work at home,don't listen in class and are able to get good marks ;that's annoying for people who work like crazy and can't get better than average ....(not talking about myself 'coz i don't work much but when i do i get what i want ^^)
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