r6_philly wrote:UML wrote:
Exactly. An advantage. A break from studying where you're not getting drunk or talking about law school w/ other law students. A recuperative break.
I am not the only one who knows how to manage time and getting things done. Just because people don't appear sweating doesn't mean they are 1) missing something or 2) not showing that they are sweating. You are assuming too much. I also work a 4 hour pro-bono shift once a week, my colleagues are not exactly complaining that they are falling behind. Yes there are people who are struggling to hang on, but there are many others going just fine.
Again I am not claiming any of this translate to grades, but the notion that most people are struggling is just simply false.
How do you know you're not missing something? lol.
Anyways, my point was that everyone acts like they're perfect. They majority act that way because they want to hide their problem; the minority are unaware of them. I'm not annoyed by the minority. Repeating "that's simply false" does nothing to dissuade me. Listing your hurdles and telling me how easy it is for you to clear them just makes me think you're one of the people I'm complaining about.