Seriously. I am exhausted I just went through 22 pages of reading.
How do people combine this with clubs, drinking etc etc
Most Helpful Guy
I studied when i got home at 3am and broke it up into chunks.
I didn't go out much compared to others but i played sports or whent to the gym maybe 3 times a week and went out with the sports teams maybe every other week most of the times they went out I missed.
It didn't help my grades and i already had being dyslexic to deal with learning wise and I was studying joint maths and physics but for me it was also about staying healthy and building up and maintaining confidence as I was diagnosed with asperges aged 7 and I was actively pushing my self out of my comfort zone also I was fast coordinated and strong making me good at sports and I liked the positive attention from that and used it to relax as well.
Many pepole did more than i did they had relationships and jobs as well as studying physics and there is potentially room for improvement as most of your time and my time isn't productive whether you work a 40 , 60 or even 80 hour week most of thats not productive. A degree is officially like a 40 hour a week job during term but can be done in less or more depending on your learning pace and the actual work load varies between subjects and how well it's taught.0
Most Helpful Girl
I have no idea, I prioritize school first instead of dating at all because the guys are never considerate of my time for studying. When that happens I get crabby and easily annoyed at any text a guy sends esp if it's "wyd" when I told him I had exams coming up so I say studying and they call me boring and that I should have some fun with them ;)
I usually just wait till the end of the semester or during the break to even try dating since I'll be less stressed and have all this time.
In conclusion it's all about TIME MANAGEMENT.
I should probably pray more but I'm not really interested in dating right now because I don't have time nor do I want to be all emotional0