One of the first things every student learns after they get used to the idea of night classes is that not everyone is there to study. Everyone may come with books and study materials, but their interests are different. This is a list of some students you will find in these things:
This student is actually there to study. Throughout the night, they are in one spot, eyes glued to their study materials. This is the person everyone aspires to be, but apparently, not everyone has what it takes to be them.
This person reads for 30 minutes and decides that they’re done. With nothing to do for the rest of the night, they go from one spot to another, striking conversations with people and converting them to their cause. The trick to dealing with this person is to ignore them. You’re on your own the moment you give them an audience.
This person is not a night person and is only there because of their friends. Once it’s 12 midnight, they start to sign off. A lot of them will swear that they’re not sleeping whenever anyone tries to wake them up. And if by any chance they wake up, they are gone again five minutes later.
This person is restless and can’t stay in a spot for a long period of time. After studying for some time, they start to pace around. The only problem is that they spend more time walking than studying.
This one knows that they are not about the night studying life, but they want to prove a point to their friends. They come with heaps of book but the chances of them opening them are almost non-existent. The best they can do is look at one for a couple of minutes before they remember that their phone is more interesting. And that signals the end of studying for them for that night.
The wannabe thief
This person is the enemy. They come under the guise of studying, but all they really want to do is to steal your phone and other valuables. They are the absolute worst.