The debate "Skipping class is a sure fire way to become a failure at college" was started by
August 20, 2014, 7:25 am.
18 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 15 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
echofrommadiun posted 1 argument, I_Voyager posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
PsychDave posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
tkershaw3, echofrommadiun, true_debate_life, Kirito, Unfathomable, I_Voyager, liamjosephcash, Gubeekid, werdninja, stormshy, Untamed and 7 visitors agree.
Portia_Yov, Vivinary, PsychDave, mansi, akshay58165, andrej, Hjkp98, Superr1fifty and 7 visitors disagree.
Mostly yes. But there are a few rare geniuses, a few simple proffs, and a few easy classes.
It depends on the proff. I had some who taught. They showed us the material and explained it. If someone didn't understand something, they went over it again from another angle so that it made more sense. I also had some proffs who read the text to us as their method of teaching (or worse, had us read it aloud) and doing the practice problems at the end of the chapter. I can read the text faster on my own and, if that is all that the class will consist of, the time saved could be better spent studying something else. I have my degree in psychology with a second major in physics and I had some classes that I did consistently skip because they were a waste of time.
Skipping classes is a bad habit. There is nothing positive in it. You will miss some lessons and you will learn nothing when you skip classes. When the exam is coming, you will be panicked as you don't know the answers of the questions in the exam. As a result, failure is a sure thing that will happen.