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Forever Presen t, Forever The Same
At one time or another every student has experienced that strange sensation
in the bottom of the stomach as you sit down to study with the realization
that you have a test the next day that you know virtually nothing about. No
matter how often this situation has occurred, this test inevitably is the most
important of your life. It is for this reason and this reason alone that you
trade M"'A"S"'H for a doodled notebook, a well worn peechee and a three-
hundred pound book you've yet to open and convince yourself you are now
going to cram. Yet, your mind becomes a steel trap, which is unfortunately
shut. The words, that when read singularly made so much sense, become an
unintelligible jumble of syllables when forced into sentences and para-
graphs. Then the phone rings, you need a drink of water, the dog wants out,
a Hostess Twinkie is calling you, you suddenly remember to take out the
trash, your back gets a kink, your pencil breaks, you get a headache and
have to go to the bathroom all at once.
However the diligent student in you finally assumes control and fully armed
with a fresh pot of coffee you finally settle down to study. You sink into your
books and start absorbing the totally consequential information it contains.
The once incomprehensible words flow smoothly into your memory Cor onto
your crib sheetj and the real world slowly fades away. The cramming
process is in full swing now. The same information has circles through your
mind countless times and now if you can just keep it in a holding pattern
until tomorrow's test. You have been "almost done" for four hours. Your
eyes can no longer read the clock, not to mention the book. Your hands
decide of their own accord that you are finished. The book closes, your feet
throw you onto the bed and without another thought you fall fast asleep
until the unbearable alarm sounds the next morning.
The best thing about cramming is that when you flunk the test the next day,
you are so tired you don't even care.
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