It is that time of the semester when students start to feel the stress of the school year. Midterms are in full swing, exhaustion starts to set in and everybody is ready for classes to be over. “I’m pretty drained, but I plan on finishing as well as I can,” said nursing major Stormy Wood. Some might think the difference in energy levels depends on what kind of learner the student is. “I definitely think I have enough energy to finish,” said general studies major Alex Davis. “I just have to take everything with one step at a time, try to put my best effort into whatever it is I’m working on.” Some students go to school full-time; some take online classes and have a job. “I chose to take mostly online classes because of work,” Wood said. “I can’t afford to go to school full-time and not work.” With online classes, students can choose when to do their work,therefore having more control of their schedules. Certain students could be affected by the fact that they signed up for classes late. “I wish I would’ve set them up earlier so I wouldn’t have had my anatomy class in the morning, because I’m not a morning person,” said Hunter Pool, a physician assistant major. The last day to withdraw from classes is Nov. 17.