Secrets to Motivate You to Get out of Bed for Morning Classes

Posted: June 27, 2016 - to Study
Content secrets to motivate you to get out of bed for morning classes

If you are a student, you probably have a bunch of morning classes to attend. Professors seem to like stashing everything in the beginning of the day – which would make sense. If you get everything done early in the morning, you’ll have more time to do your own things the rest of the day. Time for yourself sounds good, right?

The problem is that most students use that time to stay up late. This is exactly why it might be kind of difficult to get up in the morning. Have you ever set up the alarm at 6 AM, convinced that you will go to class the next day? I bet at least half of the time you woke up in the morning and convinced yourself the class is not worth it. The logic of the brain that knows it has to study isn’t always at terms with the logic of the heart that wants to keep sleeping. So how do we help the brain win?

  1. Think of the difficulties you encountered when you applied

Going to college is never easy, especially in the beginning. You probably went through loads of stress to pass preliminary tests, entrance exams… even convincing your parents to let you move away! No sane parents let their ‘baby’ move without putting up a fight first. So, since you already spent so much effort to get yourself where you are, wouldn’t it be a shame to skip on these morning classes? Consider them a ‘lost investment’ if you decide to hit that snooze button instead.

  1. You might encounter difficulties in the exam

How many teachers do you think are planning their daily lessons? All of them, right? But how many do you think actually KEEP to that plan? Like, no one. Sure, there’s a pattern they will need to respect, but unless it’s a newbie teacher that is totally at a loss if they don’t have the textbook in front of them, they will definitely stray from the plan. So you might find yourself in the exam room, with a subject in front of you that you have no recollection of. Since it wasn’t in the textbook, it’s probably from that class you traded for some extra sleep.

  1. It’s work practice

Most jobs are set between an 8 AM - 5 PM interval. So your schedule won’t be changing in any way better in the future. Consider it a type f training to get in the habit of waking up early for work. While you can skip the morning class, you definitely can’t skip early work hours – that is, if you still want to keep that job of yours.

  1. Think of the lost money

For every minute you skip from a class, you set money down the drain. If you’re not a scholarship student, you’re probably using student loans to pay your tuition fees – which you’ll probably end up paying after you graduate as well. Even if you’re a scholarship student, remember that you worked hard to study and earn that college money – so don’t let it go to waste.

  1. You might find out something useful

Many students discover what they really want to do in an extremely random moment. They may learn something at some point in college that might even affect their income. Just think about it: you don’t actually know what you want to do in 4 years, do you? That class may as well influence your pay in the future.

It’s definitely not easy to become a morning person. But once you get the hang of it, you’ll reap the benefits of a lesson well learned.

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