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Warning: This post was published more than 13 years ago.

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For the first time since coming to university, I have missed a lecture due to oversleeping. My alarm clock did go off, but I managed to sleep through it, and didn’t awaken until about 10.30 – an hour and a half too late for my lecture.

Luckily, I’ve only missed Histology, which I don’t particularly enjoy anyway. I’ve already printed the notes off the computer system, so it’s not a problem. Well, it is a problem I suppose because it now means I have to write notes on the notes from textbooks, instead of just having everything explained to me while I sit there scribbling it down, but other than that it’s not really a problem.

Not that I’m going to do it again. I’ll have to get someone to wake me up in exam week, I think, in case this happens again.

To summarise: Oops.

Originally posted on The LBSC

This 86th post was filed under: University.






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