College Readings: Jeffrey Cheng

The first few weeks of college were pretty good. I did most of the assignments and read the assigned readings. But I stopped. All of a sudden I found all the readings to be long and tedious, and I couldn’t stand reading for hours each day. I realized that I had Friday off, so I decided that I would just read all the readings that I missed on that day. I thought it would work, but it didn’t. It didn’t even work for the first week. The following week, I told myself I would make up my readings on the train rides and on that Friday. It wasn’t long until I realized that I stopped reading for any of my classes. I think I read most the assigned readings for the first month of class, and every reading after it was left incomplete. Now it’s a week away from finals week. I never read a single thing after the 2nd philosophy test and I have so many readings left for anthropology that I cannot even count them with my fingers. I also have a history paper to write based on information from the Bible which I barely looked at. This last week of college is going to tough.

About jc142974

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.