by Kimberly Hill
The school year is coming to a close and the weather has been getting warmer. With summer break quickly approaching, you might be feeling a little bit stressed about how to pass time in school. Luckily for you, we have some great tips on what you can do during your last few weeks of class! You'll want to make sure that you're focusing on finishing up any projects or big assignments that are due before the end of the semester so that way it doesn't pile up over break. If there aren't any major tasks left from this semester then just try to relax as much as possible and enjoy these final days with your friends and classmates.
I always found that spending time with friends helps pass the time.
You have been sitting in class, mindlessly staring at the same person for an hour. You have taken notes, listened to lectures and tried your best to not fall asleep. But you can't take it anymore! In this blog post I will help you survive a boring class by giving some tips on how to stay awake and pay attention.
I have a few answers for this one. I usually bring something to do, or play games on my phone. Or you could ask the teacher if there's anything relevant that they'd like you to know about what they're teaching so far.
Time is one of the most precious commodities in college. With all the assignments, studying, and everything else that goes into being a student you may often be left with just 5 minutes to spare. Use these five minutes wisely! This blog post will give you some ideas for things that can help pass your time during class when you're not engaged or paying attention.
It's Friday night and you're out with your friends. You have a lot of fun, but the time seems to drag on forever. At one point, you look at your watch and it reads 12:30am. "Is that right?" You think to yourself as you glance back down at your phone for confirmation. The next morning comes too soon and before you know it, Sunday is over again! Time has passed by so quickly because there was no end in sight; each moment was filled with new adventures or conversations waiting around the corner. Now imagine how much quicker time will pass when sitting through boring lectures in class!
It's 3:30 in the morning and I can't sleep. I'm browsing through my Facebook feed when I notice that someone has posted a meme about how they're bored of school. At this point, it's not surprising to see people complaining about their lives on social media but this time, the person is talking about school which caught my attention. I read through some comments and found out that there are other people who feel like they've been wasting their time with online classes because they're just sitting at home most days watching TV or playing video games. This post really struck me because it made me realize that everyone is struggling with something in life whether it be boredom or feeling like you don't have any direction for your future.
I am a busy person. I have my own life and everything, but I also don't want to be caught up in the rat race of things. This is why I try to make every minute count. For example, when I'm at school for 20 minutes between classes, instead of wasting time looking around or scrolling through social media on my phone, what can I do? In this blog post, we're going to explore all the different ways you can use those precious few minutes!
I have to admit that I'm the type of person who finds math really boring. It's not something I enjoy doing, so it takes me a long time to do my homework and study for tests. The only thing I really like about math is when you get an answer right. But if you don't know how to solve the problem correctly, then what's the point? Math just makes me frustrated because there are too many steps in order to find that one answer. Honestly, sometimes it feels like no matter how hard I try, nothing works out!
If it's not your favorite subject or if there is nothing to look forward to at that particular moment, then boredom can creep up on you. Here are a few ways to spend those moments when you're just waiting for things to happen! 1) Reflect back on what happened during the day and take note of any interesting events that occurred. 2) Check out social media sites like Facebook or Instagram as well as online magazines, blogs, and videos. 3) Brush up on other subjects by looking them up in textbooks or doing research through various websites. 4) Think about how much more fun this will be once class is over so enjoy every minute.
About Kimberly Hill
Now it is just me, Kimberly Hill living in New York city, N.Y.
Loves to blog about various aspects of life that matter most.
Received the BA degree in Art History from Stanford University of California.