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MissE wrote:Wow, I never have that problem and neither do any of my friends. And we are the 'smart' ones of our course...
Are you sure you arent kinda putting yourself out there a bit? Advising or correcting classmates is all well and good but leaves it open for them to ask for further help.
I'd be saying as nicely as possible 'I'm really sorry but I'm swamped with all my own gear but (I assume your lecturers are like mine and have set open door times each week) Prof Blahblah sees people at such and such a time, he/she is really great!'
Or maybe organise a bit of a study group with friends so that you get some benefit of it too?
Basically you just haveto say so. Say it as nicely as you can but if you dont have time, you dont have time and you cant let your own studies/life/family suffer to help them out... its not your job.
HappyBella55 wrote:hahaha I don't have this problem at all as I treat uni as a place to socialise and make friends
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