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There are two types of college students Ones who were sent to college with moms and dads money and the others who work their way through school There is no doubt that the stress that coming with juggling work and school is higher than average college student For this working student there requires a lot of thought planning and secluding a routine that will satisfy both school and work Ideally this can be accomplished considering the fact that there will be no interruptions throughout the semester However the main conflict that arises for a student takes a chemistry course at the University of Houston The course comes with spontaneous Friday afternoon exams that interfere with both work and homework Most chemistry classes are held in the mornings which is perfect for students who work in the afternoons because it gives an organized easy daily schedule School in morning work in the afternoon and studying and homework at night However every year the chemistry courses hold their three midterms on three given Friday afternoons They start at 530 and last until 700 that conflict with more than 50 of working students that take chemistry All this conflict dose is cause unnecessary stress and anxiety than effects the little amount of time these students have to study for this chemistry exam Ideally the chemistry course would give their midterm exams like any other course Math History and Political Science use scheduled class times to distribute their exams This type of testing which could be used in chemistry doesnt interfere or disrupt any students routine because an exams day is like any other day Since exams on Friday are give an hour and a half for 20 questions and a regular class last one hour there could be a reduction of questions to 15 The main reason chemistry classes should give it exams in their scheduled class times is for the consideration of the working student
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