Claiming that he is “too busy to do anything else” until he is done studying for midterms, junior Clive Delgado skipped two of his midterm exams last Wednesday in favor of studying for those tests.

“I know some people will say that taking midterms is great learning opportunity because you are presented with new types of problems,” Delgado told our reporters during a 15-minute study break that also served as his daily allotment for dinner and a shower, “But it’s just not the most effective way for me to study at this point.  I had to skip those tests in order to be better prepared.”

Delgado speculates that he will also be forced to miss his midterm next Thursday because doing the practice midterm posted online would probably be a more efficient use of his time.

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