TSL - Cease and Desist
Started by racx_00, March 23, 2004, 12:07:42 AM
Quote from: tessspoon on November 19, 2008, 03:07:06 PMOut of my entire two and half year college career, I've only ever pulled an all-nighter once, and it was writing a story for fun rather than anything for school.
Quote from: snabbott on November 19, 2008, 05:12:50 PMWow! Good job! I pulled a lot of all-nighters in college, but I eventually figured out that I just don't function without sleep.
Quote from: Petra Rocks on November 20, 2008, 08:39:57 AMI've only been in college a year and a half, but I don't do all nighters for the same reason. I did a few times in high schools for computer games, but that's another story.
Quote from: Delling on November 20, 2008, 01:02:47 PMI have pulled one all-nighter that I can remember. I don't recall having any all-nighters in college... I think I may have tried once... but just couldn't do it...So, the one all-nighter I pulled was in the 6th grade. I had to do a "My Nation" notebook. Only my school, in an effort, I believe, to stave off the development of narcolepsy in its teachers required us to each do a different nation (instead of everyone doing a "My Nation" notebook on the US as the textbook provider who provided the notebook had intended). I had to do Iceland, and being in 6th grade and not having done this type of project before (the textbook provider provided things like My State notebook, My [...] notebooks for earlier grades, which the rest of my class had done but I was new to the school and so hadn't done them), I put it off to the last minute thinking it wouldn't be any more or at least not much more involved than previous projects that I'd had to do. My dad, my sister, and I were up until something like 5 in the morning finishing that terrible thing. *still has an initial negative reaction at the mere mention of Iceland* *shudders to think about it*That is why you shouldn't pull all-nighters: Iceland. Or, at least, that is why I don't pull all-nighters.
Quote from: Petra Rocks on November 22, 2008, 02:08:08 AMI never had to worry about group projects for better or for worse.
Quote from: Petra Rocks on November 22, 2008, 02:08:08 AMOne of the advantages of being homeschooled is that I never had to worry too much about that sort of thing. I never had to worry about group projects for better or for worse.