Really I think you have to find the time that works best for you. When do you best learning? Is it early or later? When would you want to use your free time? The beauty of school is that you can try each out and see what works best for you. Good luck!
As a last note, as a freshman and sophomore you tend to schedule later on than juniors or seniors so in some classes you may not have many options and for some science classes they are usually either in the early morning or during the afternoon but not too much at night. Just some things to keep in mind!
I hope this helps!
Best of luck!
I think the correct answer for this depends on how you wish to structure your time and whether you're someone who is able to focus in the mornings.
Generally, I would say that taking classes in the morning sounds like a great idea, as it's a good start to your day and it'll give you a reason to wake up early. Practically however, I personally found myself missing (or being late) to classes when I didn't wake up early enough; I also found myself not being able to pay attention as well as I could because I was groggy. But that's just me when I was younger. If I were back in college currently, I believe I would excel taking classes in the morning.
Night classes are also great, as it's a good way to sum up your day, but it means that you'll probably miss out on social activities and meet ups with friends as most people finish with their courses in the afternoons. Some people also get quite sleepy at nights, so that's not good either.
Again, it really depends on who you are, what your sleeping hours are, and how you want to structure your day. If you happen to be in high school currently, one tip would be to take both a morning and night class during the summer, so that you can "test-drive" what you are more comfortable with.
Anyways, I wish you the best of luck Bryan!
If you are a full time student, I guess majority of the classes in your school would be in day time. Alternatively, if you are a part time student and you have a day time job, you have to attend the class at night time.
It seems that you have the flexibility to choose attending class during day time or night time. Some researches indicate people may have better concentration in the morning a few hours after they wake. However, I would think it is more subject to your personal preferences and habits. You are supposed to spend the same amount time to attend the classes.
It is more subject to the good time management so that you have more free time. You can try to organize the classes concentrating on a certain day and time, E.g. you can arrange the classes on every Wed and Thu full day. Then, you can have more free time on Mon, Tue and Fri. It is less travel time to and forth the campus as well.
Hope this helps! Enjoy your learning! Good Luck!
If both morning and night work for you equally well, my recommendation would be to take the classes in the morning. You will be less distracted early in the day and therefore more focused. In addition, you could spend time in the afternoon revising what you learnt in the morning or work on assignments to reinforce the learnings quickly. If you plan to work while studying, then afternoon would also be a good time to do that. With this schedule, you can keep your evenings relatively free for some relaxation or quality time with family and friends.
Best wishes for your learning journey!
If you are student only, Morning time is the best to take classes. Most of the professor and students would be available during the same morning time. If there is any questions/discussions, Professor/Students are going to get you answered right away in the forum available. Also, taking classes in morning gives us a routine day to day activity.
If you are working and student - It completely depends on your work schedule
Are you trying to get an internship or work part time? In that case, the kind of work you want to do will dictate your hours. For example, if you want to intern at a law firm, you'll probably need mornings free instead of evenings.
Personally, I am a morning person - I would much rather get up and get it done - I am more alert and attentive in the morning so I definitely absorb more information and so feel that it would have a bigger impact to do morning classes for me.