【A day for science university students】Whether you are busy depends on your schedule and how you use your time

【A day for science university students】Whether you are busy depends on your schedule and how you use your time

What is a day like a science university student? Can I work part-time? busy? I often hear voices such as.

Unlike humanities university students, the ecology of science university students with few opportunities to go outside is shrouded in mystery and there are many mysteries.

This time, I will introduce the daily schedule of science university students wrapped in a mysterious veil!


Characteristics of life of university students

The beginning of class is later than in high school.

Universities generally tend to have a slower start time than when they were in high school (why?). )。

In addition, there is no HR in the morning, so there are many people who come just before because there is no problem if you are in time for the first period.

At current universities, attendance is not a credit, so if you are absent and the results of the exam are good, there is no problem.

Therefore, even if there is a class, there are people who are unabashedly late, and there are people who have never attended.

There are many places where class management is carried out with a card.

Ic chips are embedded in the student ID card, and there are many classes where students take attendance by holding them over the card reader.

Some of them give their student ID cards to their friends and earn attendance points even though they are not actually there.

In order to counter this, professors may also impose unsaved attendance confirmations and quiz tests.

I've heard of the confiscation of a number of student IDs like Trump who were present on behalf of him.

Even on weekdays, there are days when there are no classes

Since you choose to take university classes, you can make a day without classes even on weekdays if you adjust.

Some people leave all classes in the afternoon or shift from part-time jobs because it is difficult to get up in the morning.

When I was in my first year of university, I took as many classes as I could, and on subsequent Wednesdays I was without classes.

However, there is a risk of dropping compulsory classes or missing important contacts, so it is necessary to consider them.

A Day of Science University Students

It may not be very helpful for morning-type people who love a regular life.

It may be good if you can think about the morning activity time in terms of night.

I spend time at university on weekdays and on holidays, and I often stay at university all day when I don't have a part-time job.

The university is a wonderful facility that allows you to use lifelines at school fees, so it is recommended to use it!

1st year (study-oriented)

When I was a freshman, I lived in groups at the Nagamanbe Campus, so it was a special rhythm.

Everyone was night-type, so it was good that I was able to sleep no matter how bright and noisy it was.

I studied at a time where I could concentrate, and I played with people in the same room with the rest of the time.

  • 6:50 Wake up
  • 7:10 Shower
  • 7:30 Study
  • 8:30 Breakfast
  • 10:30 Class
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 12:50 Class
  • 17:00 Part-time job
  • 22:00 Home
  • 23:00 Reading
  • 23:30 Bedtime

My home is close to college, so I go to college as soon as I get up and change clothes.

You can save electricity and water bills, and you don't get late for class.

In addition, since there are no people in the morning, you can concentrate on your work when studying.

I try to understand what I learned in class as much as possible in the class.

When there are reports, I take classes while adjusting the frequency of part-time jobs.

2nd and 3rd graders (part-time job focus)

I worked part-time as a restaurant and a cram school lecturer, and sometimes my part-time job fee exceeded 100,000 yen a month.

On the other hand, it is also true that there was a negative impact on my studies, such as resubmission of the report three times in a row.

In the second half, I narrowed down to one cram school lecturer and worked part-time while assessing the balance with study.

  • 6:50 Wake up
  • 7:10 Shower
  • 7:30 Video Download
  • 8:30 Breakfast
  • 9:30 Washing, earpicching, nail clippering, cleaning
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 21:00 Home
  • 21:30 Food Purchase
  • 22:00 Home
  • 23:00 Reading
  • 23:30 Bedtime

4th year (research oriented)

  • 7:00 Wake up
  • 7:30 Shower
  • 8:00 Going to school
  • 8:30 Read english papers
  • 10:00 Research
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 12:30 Read the newspaper
  • 13:00 Research
  • 19:00 School
  • 19:30 Cook dinner
  • 20:00 Dinner
  • 20:30 BeatSaber
  • 21:30 Bathing
  • 22:00 Reading
  • 22:30 Bedtime

I wanted to devote my research, so in the fourth year, I didn't do part-time jobs except those in the university.

It was like being in the laboratory from morning till night.

I try to keep my life rhythm as constant as possible because I'm the type who gets sick when my life rhythm breaks down.

Even if you go to bed late at a part-time job, the waking time is as usual.

On my days off, I go out, write blogs, and watch anime.

We secure time on weekdays by doing all the housework on weekends.


I'm not sure if I'm busy because I've never seen other people's schedules.

In addition, I write reports on holidays, so I don't have much time to play.

If you are a college blogger and publish your daily schedule, please let us know! Go read!

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