| beebeexx wrote:|
| Flowing-Ice wrote:|
you can research AND write papers in one sitting.
as a student who understands how to procrastinate well... anyone can tell you that they've done it.
heck, research after your paper is done.
but if you have circumstances, you don't have the luxury of procrastination.
and its not the gov't's role to make you feel 'advantaged'. you should already feel very humbled by the fact that they are even helping you pay for school.
but i guess, this is all hypothetical.
it remains that refunds is money that is given to a student after a student's tuition is paid. if thats loans, idgaf. spend your money, and go cry to someone about sallie mae later.
im talking about grants.
grants cap out at about 3,000 per semester. that normally covers just tuition at most larger universities. lets not even get into room and board.
so pretty much everything you've said is moot.
why would you ever advocate for people writing rushed, subpar papers?
why would anyone not set themselves up for the best possible situation for the. to prosper?
some of us just had to be born into such situations. didn't have to work for it.
but if it's the government or any outside aid helping you get ahead it's Tom dick and flowings business how you write my papers -_-
i just said.. if you have circumstances, you don't have that luxury. you have to try to allocate your time wisely.
who cares how you write your papers? i just don't see how the excuse of not having a laptop is really an acceptable excuse.
blah blah blah blah blah at these excuses
older people go back to school all the time.
they have full time serious jobs, new material that they don't know sh*t about, and families to care for. they do it, and there is no super secret to doing it. just allocate your time properly. thats not the government's job... thats yours.
again. refunds = extra money = luxury.