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What time do college kids wake up?

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that is a very good question Marie E. Translate
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Melanie’s Answer

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It depends. Some college kids wake up early because they prefer to start classes early; however, others may wake up around 10am-12pm. In essence, it really depends on how you schedule your classes and manage your work.
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Richard’s Answer

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College students wake up at a variety of times. It depends on their schedules. For example, if a student takes an 8 am class, he or she should get in the habit of waking up at that time every day. I would highly recommend making a consistent sleep schedule and sticking to it as this is proven to help you.
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Kiah’s Answer

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Hi Henry, after you pick your first semester classes you'll know what your schedule is. College students typically wake up an hour or 2 before their first morning class (keep in mind you might need to stop at the dining hall for breakfast). On the weekends, it's up to you completely, though some will have jobs or club activities they need to wake up for.
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Riley’s Answer

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This is completely dependent on your schedule. For most classes throughout all of college, there will be several different time slots offered for each of the different classes you need to take. For example, you will most likely be able to choose between Mon/Wed/Fri classes and Tues/Thurs classes (Tues/Thurs classes will probably be slightly longer because you meet fewer times). Courses at my school could start anywhere from 7:30 AM until 9:30 at night. If you are a morning person, you have the option to take these early classes and then have the rest of your day as free time. If you would prefer to wake up later, you can most likely choose all afternoon classes that will allow you to sleep in.
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Rosa’s Answer

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Hi Henry, I agree with everyone else. I would suggest that you think about when you are the most productive. Use that to determine your class schedule. If you are a morning person, you can select classes that start early in the morning. If you are more of an evening person, you can select classes that start later in the day. You also need to consider your commute time. If you are off campus, you may need more time to commute. If you are on campus, you will need less commute time. Use that information to back into when you will need to get up. It's all about planning your day. Hope this helps.
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Blake’s Answer

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Hey Henry,

I would say that most college students wake up around 7am (if they have an 8am class) or 9am if they don't have a class until 10am.

Thanks,
Blake
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Katherine’s Answer

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Agree with Melanie and Richard–it all depends on your class schedule! I will say as your four years go by, you get better and better access to "ideal" class times (aka, fewer 8am's).
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Julian’s Answer

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This honestly depends on your class schedule and work! Sometimes I would wake up at 7, other times at like 11am. Pretty flexible!
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Alena’s Answer

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Hi Henry! It really depends on your class schedule and will vary from student to student. Some people like early morning classes so they can have the rest of the day to study and other like to sleep in, then have later classes. My favorite thing about college was the freedom it provides - you have so much influence over your schedule and can tailor when your classes are, when you study, workout, hang with friends, etc. Take some time and think about if you'd prefer an earlier or later start to your day and plan your classes accordingly, but remember you can definitely switch it up each semester if you want to try something different!

My biggest piece of advice is to embrace the opportunity college provides to learn more about yourself - when you're most productive, when you need to recharge, and when/how you can motivate yourself when you don't want to study. These skills and better knowledge of yourself will help you thrive in your career after graduation
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