Informative, such as Geometry, Literature, or Chemistry
Creative, such as Painting, Psychology, or Music class
You enjoy all classes.
Take all of the pieces out of the box and figure it out. You don't need an instruction manual!
Before you touch anything, you read over the instruction guide in depth, going back to the guide with every step.
You acknowledge the instruction guide, but mainly just look at the pictures. You eventually figure it out.
You do each assignment in no particular order, just whatever you feel like doing at the time. You eventually get everything done.
You write down all assignments and due dates; you start and finish them one at a time, never working on more than one at a time.
You complete them based on order of due date and importance, but switch between assignments.
Each type has its own place and folded neatly.
Clothes are separated by style or occasion.
The laundry rarely makes it to the dresser or closet and you leave everything in the basket.
By thoroughly studying your notes.
By asking fellow students to explain to you the various concepts you never understood.
By getting involved in group discussions to help you learn from classmates.
Over the weekend when you are free.
When you're in an empty room free from distractions.
Whenever you find some spare time.
Explain to him that you need to study due to an examination the following day and that it may not be a good idea for the time being.
Just go to where you have been sent and study later without telling your father about the exams.
Refuse to go and settle down to study.
Visit with friends and family.
Find recreational activities to stay busy.
Those whom you perform better than academically.
Those whom have similar grades to yours.
Anybody as long as you get along well with them.
An open mic night for some poetry or music
A fancy art museum.
An awesome concert.
Reading a book for fun.
Coloring or taking advantage of the puzzles found in the coffee shop.
Working on homework while listening to Pandora.
An independent film such as " An independent film such as "Juno" or "Edward Scissorhands"
A mystery thriller such as "Angels and Demons" or "Sherlock Holmes"
A dark comedy such as the "Chucky" series or "Pulp Fiction"
I identify with more than one clique; I hang out with people from several different cliques.
Straight to my savings account!
Splurge on anything and everything (don't handle money well)
Split my check in half: one half goes to savings, the other half spent on whatever I want