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Originally posted by SM-UCLA tech
attending lectures vary.....it depends on the class and who is lecturing. and it also depends on how tired you are from studying or partying!
i would say that i attend about 70% of the lectures. sometimes it seems like more, and sometimes it seems like a hell of a lot less.
Originally posted by jay dub
CCOM is a very supportive, cooperative learning environment, so if you miss something important during class your friends who were in attendance will likely fill you in.
Originally posted by CTashby
I attend 100% of the lectures. I also attend lectures we don't even have (why didn't anyone remind me about the OMM convention?). Thats just the way i do it. i'm sure i don't need to be there for every single lecture and i really don't need to be there when i have to focus every last drop of my mental ability on keeping my eyes open and stopping my head from hitting the desk.
Sometimes i get my self psyched to skip class and then i chicken out. depite the fact that everything is in the notes, I'm a very visual learner and if a prof goes over something in class with a pretty picture, i'm more likely to remember it.
I think going to lecture, for me, is analogous to eating at a chinese buffet. you can't really eat everything at the buffet, but you sure as hell want to get your money's worth. CCOM is not cheap and i'm going to get what i pay for.