I think it is now safe to label myself as a career student. I don't even care if I get a degree I am just going to keep going to classes until something clicks.
Along the way I have picked up some very important study habit tips that I will now share with you.
Some people like to study in their bed. And this can work out fine for awhile... but unless you are especially perky and/or hopped up on Redbull you are going to wind down. And if you are too comfy and the subject isn't catching your interest it is all too easy to find yourself thinking you can close your eyes for just a minute or lay your head down just for a bit and before you know it you are catching a cat nap.
If you are studying with a feline assistant there are additional tips.
Sometimes you really score and have several feline assistants. At one point today I had three on my study desk at one time. Left to right we have Layla (Layla-Lou), Figaro (Figgy-Foo) and Mush (Mushy-Moo)
As time went on only one (Mush) had the stamina for a several hour long study session,
As you can see he was extremely helpful.
It is important to note that it is never (NEVER EVER EVER EVER) Permissible to move the feline assistant even if he or she is laying on your backpack/textbook/laptop/notebook/calculator/printer/glasses or the actual pages you are trying to write upon.
If they are laying on your text book you may make no more than one (1) attempt ever so gently to move them over no more than 15 centimeters.
You may also attempt to turn the page of your textbook so long as no more than 1.79% of fur is displaced in so doing.
Most importantly always make sure that you are not neglecting your feline assistant. If you are right handed it is perfectly acceptable to give intermittent scritches with your left hand if you have been properly trained to do so. If you are not able to ambedexiously scritch, please do not attempt this in your own home. Instead, halt all studying until your assistant has received the proper amount of attention. Keep in mind that should he or she fall asleep you may not move him or her under any circumstances.
Finally: Your feline assistant is there to help you in your school work. Do not become distracted by any amusing/cute/annoying things they may do.
I know I never do.
I hope these studying tips will be as helpful to you as they are to me.