• How do you survive 3 hour classes?

    I got a stuck with a biology lab class that's three hours long! I don't know how i'm gonna survive that
    I got a stuck with a biology lab class that's three hours long! I don't know how i'm gonna survive that
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • What is the easiest language to learn?

    Best answer: french
    Best answer: french
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to relax the night before/ day of an exam?

    Best answer: Take a warm bath
    Study a bit just so you don't stress out last minute.
    Listen to music
    Have soup

    idk lol. goodluck
    Best answer: Take a warm bath
    Study a bit just so you don't stress out last minute.
    Listen to music
    Have soup

    idk lol. goodluck
    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • How can I motivate myself to go to school?

    A lot of the times I'm not motivated to get up for school in the morning, but I'm not depressed. I'm happy enough at my home, and it's not like I'm unhappy at school. I just can't push myself to go. When I'm at school for a while and take 1 day off, I just realise how it's nice to... show more
    A lot of the times I'm not motivated to get up for school in the morning, but I'm not depressed. I'm happy enough at my home, and it's not like I'm unhappy at school. I just can't push myself to go. When I'm at school for a while and take 1 day off, I just realise how it's nice to have a day off, so I decide to have another, and then another and another to the point I end up panicking. Even though I'm panicking I'm still taking days off, and it's been 4 weeks and 3 days now. How can I motivate myself to get back into it? I'm starting to worry that people will hate me for being off for so long now.
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • I m 2-3 years older than everyone in my highschool.?

    I m 16 years old, I moved to Milan, Italy, 3 months ago, and started on an international highschool. Here in Italy, and internationally, it is normal to start in highschool when you are about 13-14 years old. But i come from Denmark, where you finish middle school when you re 15. So i turned 16 over the summer, and... show more
    I m 16 years old, I moved to Milan, Italy, 3 months ago, and started on an international highschool. Here in Italy, and internationally, it is normal to start in highschool when you are about 13-14 years old. But i come from Denmark, where you finish middle school when you re 15. So i turned 16 over the summer, and now i ve started my first year of highschool. So i ve never been behind on age in Denmark, yet i m not 2-3 years older than everyone in my class. Age gap is quite noticeable in my age, and 1 year is one thing - but some kids in my school are 13 years old, making me 3 years older than them. Everyday i am asked what i am doing in this grade, and have once been asked "why are you in this grade, did you fail, are you stupid?" It was more in a friendly and ironic way, but it actually still hit me pretty hard. I ve always done well socially, and have never been bullied. I m sort of able to try and fit in here, but i must admit the age gap is a huge factor. It s come to the point where i m considering leaving my family here in Italy, and moving back to Denmark to start highschool there, where i would be more on age level with other students. Also it s a new high school, so we are the oldest grade on the school, meaning there are no higher grades i can socialize with. Does anyone have any input? Anything is greatly appreciated. Thanks so much. Sander
    4 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Not getting good grades?

    First off, I’m a great student. I always do my homework. I study for every test for around 2 hours. And I don’t get good results. Does anyone know how to improve your grades or prevent this from happening?
    First off, I’m a great student. I always do my homework. I study for every test for around 2 hours. And I don’t get good results. Does anyone know how to improve your grades or prevent this from happening?
    4 answers · 3 hours ago
  • Your interpretation of this couple?

    I was on the 2 train in New York going to Brooklyn and across from me an odd pair of people. A somewhat attractive girl with small glasses and brown hair, she was not thin, but not thick either, yet a little built. She had this worrisome look on her face and when she spoke, her tone had an element of anxiety and... show more
    I was on the 2 train in New York going to Brooklyn and across from me an odd pair of people. A somewhat attractive girl with small glasses and brown hair, she was not thin, but not thick either, yet a little built. She had this worrisome look on her face and when she spoke, her tone had an element of anxiety and neuroticism (which is typical with NY women) Next to her was an Asian boy, wearing a beanie, thick glasses, jeans, puma shoes, a plain t shirt and jacket and a boring backpack. At first, I thought these two people didnt know each other. What caught my eye was when this girl rested her head on his shoulder. It suddenly drew my attention. The more I observed the Asian man, the more ridiculous I found him. At one point he took out a portable videogame and they started discussing the game. I kept seeing his shoes, they were moving nervously and he would curl his legs inward. He had no facial hair, his teeth bulged out a little bit, and his beanie had a Pokemon symbol. 'Why' I said to myself 'is this girl with him?' I took a look at her again and saw that she wasnt as attractive as I first thought. She had a sort of masculine face, those small glasses made her look too serious, her body was somewhat similar to his, a female version of it at least. She was not dressed beautifully either. A brown uniqlo jacket, black yoga pants, she looks like the kind of girl who will serve you atba Jewish deli or a flag girl who is upset because she is not a cheerleader.
    4 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Should the USA convert to the metric system?

    Best answer: No, it'd be a very difficult and lengthy switch, not to mention expensive (changing every speed limit sign to kilometers, changing all measurements, etc). Many Americans are very unfamiliar with the metric system, so changing what they've known their whole life to a new system would not only cause... show more
    Best answer: No, it'd be a very difficult and lengthy switch, not to mention expensive (changing every speed limit sign to kilometers, changing all measurements, etc). Many Americans are very unfamiliar with the metric system, so changing what they've known their whole life to a new system would not only cause complaints, but also a lot of confusion and difficulties. It would not be a smooth transition.
    11 answers · 6 days ago
  • I Know What An IQ Is, But What Does IQ Stand For?

    The Title Says It All.... Thanks! (Feel Free To Include Your IQ For A Link To A Test!)
    The Title Says It All.... Thanks! (Feel Free To Include Your IQ For A Link To A Test!)
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • I accidentally ate my snot!!!?

    Best answer: Your body produced it, no. Gross but people do it daily
    Best answer: Your body produced it, no. Gross but people do it daily
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • Can I leave college few months in and do an apprenticeship?

    I wanted to from the start but u was told to at least experience it but I'm exhausted 3 months In ( I think ). Is it possible I see so many apprenticeships which start in January but I am not sure if I am allowed to do this...
    I wanted to from the start but u was told to at least experience it but I'm exhausted 3 months In ( I think ). Is it possible I see so many apprenticeships which start in January but I am not sure if I am allowed to do this...
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • I get bullied in school so my parents sent me to therapy?

    They say im depressed and not normal so they sent me to therapy to be on pills...im not even crazy or anything i just get bullied and i get scared and sad then when i ask my parents about it they send me there...are they wrong?
    They say im depressed and not normal so they sent me to therapy to be on pills...im not even crazy or anything i just get bullied and i get scared and sad then when i ask my parents about it they send me there...are they wrong?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • How many days shipment should I wait?

    Best answer: Sorry to hear about your bad experience with the mail system. As in any other large organization, many of the employees of the postal service work very hard, pay attention to details, and perform beautifully, but a handful are lazy slobs. In normal circumstances, it takes about three "business" days for... show more
    Best answer: Sorry to hear about your bad experience with the mail system. As in any other large organization, many of the employees of the postal service work very hard, pay attention to details, and perform beautifully, but a handful are lazy slobs. In normal circumstances, it takes about three "business" days for a piece of mail to go from one place to another within the United States, but weekends and holidays don't count as "business days," of course. There is no way to guarantee how long your card will take to get where you need it to go, as your own experience has shown you, but if you mail it on about the 14th of December, it should arrive on or before the 20th.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • What's the difference between a "heathen" and an "atheist"?

    Best answer: There's generally a more negative connotation with "heathen"- that the person is uncultured and unmannered. An atheist can be a well-educated, sophisticated person, who has come to a thoughtful decision about his/her beliefs.
    Best answer: There's generally a more negative connotation with "heathen"- that the person is uncultured and unmannered. An atheist can be a well-educated, sophisticated person, who has come to a thoughtful decision about his/her beliefs.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to make six months pass by faster?

    I recently moved to Sacramento from Southern California for a six month job. While the pay is excellent, I find myself overworked (my workweek is six days long), and always feeling homesick. I'm currently two and a half weeks done, but it seems like an eternity. I'm just trying to survive until May 1st of... show more
    I recently moved to Sacramento from Southern California for a six month job. While the pay is excellent, I find myself overworked (my workweek is six days long), and always feeling homesick. I'm currently two and a half weeks done, but it seems like an eternity. I'm just trying to survive until May 1st of next year when I can finally pack up my things up here and head back home to my loved ones. Any suggestions on how to make time go by faster and maintain my sanity? Thanks in advance
    6 answers · 7 days ago
  • How do I stop beating myself up for this?

    I made a bad decision and a mistake as a teenager. I got my GED and am starting out at a community college. I’m going to go to my grave wishing I just sucked it up and got my high school diploma and went straight to a 4 year. I’m socially awkward and am behind in my academics. My dream was to go into medicine, but... show more
    I made a bad decision and a mistake as a teenager. I got my GED and am starting out at a community college. I’m going to go to my grave wishing I just sucked it up and got my high school diploma and went straight to a 4 year. I’m socially awkward and am behind in my academics. My dream was to go into medicine, but that just isn’t going to happen. I’m worried I’ll never have a successful career.
    8 answers · 1 week ago