# I will pay for the following article The Class Schedule. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

I will pay for the following article The Class Schedule. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

The current number of students attending just one day class a week is 13%. When 29% are attending two days, of course, a week, a maximum of 47% wishes to attend class twice a week. With 21% attending three days class per week, 24% want to attend class in this fashion.&nbsp. And regarding a five-day course favoring population, 5% liked to have five days class while 18% were already having a five day class in their regular class schedule.

From this, it is clear that most of the students preferred to have classes twice a week, appealing to them. This was the most preferred number of days to get in touch with a regular class regularly. In an era where most students prefer to work along with their studies, it is quite natural that they seek more time for their extra-curricular activities to their regular academic sessions. This shows a growing attitude towards money and life than the splendid devotion exhibited by the past generations to studies and teaching.

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2) The preferred combination of two days a week:

When we moved on with the 47%, most students who wished the best-preferred variety of two days a week for regular academic sessions, we had another question for them to answer. Which is the most preferred couple of days for the regular classes? The answers were as the following.

Tuesday-Thursday was the most preferred combination, with about 64% supporting the same. They found it their first choice while 31%, 2% saw it as their second and third choices respectively. Monday-Wednesday was seen as the first choice by 32%, and 62% saw it as their second choice. Only 3% supported this to be their third choice. Wednesday-Friday was seen as the first choice by just 1%, while 5% and a not so bad 38% saw it as their second choice and third choice in order. Monday-Friday was seen acceptable by just 1% as their first choice, 25% as their second choice, and 56%as their third choice.

There may be a few young reasons why these students preferred the Tuesday-Thursday combination. The urge to avoid Monday would undoubtedly be because Mondays smelled of the weekend celebration hangovers. The next two days were skipped for so many reasons, like avoidance of the boredom of continuous class and even to get a couple of days continuous at work.