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By  zeusdom  |  15

YDI, you should always check with the teacher/professor about what you missed when you miss a class. And double check with other students instead of expecting everyone to just tell you.

By  mariri9206  |  32

You knew you missed the class and anything that was taught and assigned during that class. They shouldn't have to just tell you. It's your responsibility to find out what you missed and ask about any assignments that were given. YDI.

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By  mariri9206  |  32

You knew you missed the class and anything that was taught and assigned during that class. They shouldn't have to just tell you. It's your responsibility to find out what you missed and ask about any assignments that were given. YDI.

By  zeusdom  |  15

YDI, you should always check with the teacher/professor about what you missed when you miss a class. And double check with other students instead of expecting everyone to just tell you.

By  pjsr  |  29

When you return to work, it's your responsibility to check with supervisors and coworkers regarding what happened while you were gone. You F'd your own life.

By  Kurliez408  |  29

while I agree you should've checked with the class if you didn't, when I was ill for 10 days I checked with several students and still wasn't told about an assignment. ended up getting told off by the teacher. i always update my friends if they've missed a class. sorry OP, that sucks!

By  haleylynn001  |  3

I won't say YDI but I do agree with a lot of the other comments. It sucks that no one told you about the assignment, but the further along you get in you schooling, the less likely it is that someone is just going to tell you what you missed. You have to take responsibility for your absent days and speak with the professor about what material will be covered as well as what assignments will be given out. Ideally you would do this before you even missed the class. As someone else pointed out as well, be happy you have a week to get the work done, it could be a lot worse.

By  MikuandKaito  |  19

I don't know if you're a college student or a high school student, but honestly, it really doesn't matter. It's your responsibility to check up with teachers/classmates to find out what you missed. No one should hold your hand or spoon feed you information. That's just how it is as you move further in the education system. Good thing is, you still have time to work on your assignment. Now get off FML and finish it!

By  OhPuhleeze  |  23

1) When you're absent from class, it is YOUR responsibility to check what you missed and if there is any work that needs to be done. 2) Universities have clear time tables including when projects are due. 3) Check your emails. If emails from your university or your "friends" goes to junk mail (probably because you marked them as junk/spam) it is YOUR fault for setting filters and not checking emails. 4) YOU still have a week left.Stop spending it on FML and start working double time on the said assignment. As you can see so many YOUs here have made my decision easy. YDI

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  OhPuhleeze  |  23

Are you sure they are not playing a prank on you now? I hope they are. if not, get working on that assignment, you don't have much time. In my experience, the less time I have, the better I get at finishing them. There were some assignments that I actually started after the deadline (due Friday EoB) because our professors did not really mind if they came before Monday 9 AM. Sadly though, Turnitin has spoiled that..

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  mariri9206  |  32

Well, now that we know you asked your teacher, talk to them again and use the fact that they didn't mention it when you asked to get an extension.

By  Isa_fml  |  19

It's your responsibility to ask what you missed.

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