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By k.k. - / Sunday 5 February 2017 14:00 / United States - Seymour
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By  rodfergie  |  6

I had a class my last semester that was required for my degree that was only offered once a year. I was forced to hang out on campus from 10:30 until it started at 4:30, just because it was such a pain to try to leave and come back. I feel your pain.

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By  rodfergie  |  6

I had a class my last semester that was required for my degree that was only offered once a year. I was forced to hang out on campus from 10:30 until it started at 4:30, just because it was such a pain to try to leave and come back. I feel your pain.

By  tantanpanda  |  26

Aww, cry me a river. Some of us have to leave the house an hour and thirty minutes before our class. Missing a class isn't the end of the world, unless it was a test. Shrug it off and get notes from a friend.

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  onyourleft  |  10

At my college, in some classes, once you have that first absence then every following absence drops your grade. Other classes give you two absences before you can't get an A.

By  CA7117  |  5

Aww that sucks! I hate getting traffic when going to school. I live an hour away but with traffic it turns to 2 hours. It sucks when you're driving for 2 hours and your teacher to say oh just study for next weeks test and then class is over

By  onyourleft  |  10

While I've never missed class, I've been a minute or two late (and one time 20 minutes when someone died in an accident) from this. No traffic it takes me 20 minutes to get to school, so I give myself 40-50 minutes, but last week I was late twice because major construction shut down the only road to my school. It's tough because there's only so much earlier you can leave to prevent possible traffic from affecting you before it cuts into things like sleeping and homework.

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