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21 Feb Loving this online grade calculation

I’m not a model student, and I know it. I’m also not a terrible student, and I’m very proud of that. I used to be a terrible student, but now I really prioritize doing a pretty good job in school. I know I’m not going to be a career academic, and once I finish my bachelor’s degree, I am going to be out of the system in the blink of an eye. But, while I’m here, I misspoke commit to doing a good job. You know, there’s a lot of people that don’t get to go to university, that would really enjoy the opportunity to do so. So, I’ll try to keep that in mind any time that I catch myself complaining about student life for the many annoyances of being a university student in North America today. Anyway, I started using a grade calculator, which just helps me prioritize which final exams I am going to focus on the most. Look, I’m not someone who’s going to go extremely hard on preparing for every single exam. So, I like to plug my variables into this website, to figure out where I can get the most gains from. You know, you don’t want to exercise in the same way every single day, when the games are minimized. Do you know what I mean? Like, everyday can’t be late day. So you shouldn’t study for history all the time, when there are also gains to be made in your other subjects. Not only that, but, sometimes the gains to be found in other subjects are surprisingly large, and sometimes you might find that even if you give your legs a rest, they’ll be fun and there won’t be any damage done from that. In fact the only change will be a positive one and whatever other things instead. Does that make sense? I hope so. It does to me! Let me know in the comments.

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