I was talking to this person and he said lets revise together. I replied ok. Now I regret it because I know he will use and get my notes and photocopy it.
I am going to be in university tomorrow and I need to be there. Obviously I will bump into this guy and he will say lets working together. I can't exactly say no.
On top of that, my friend hasn't been in university for months because of problems. I promised I give him a few notes and that is it.
Obviously this guy finds out, it will "hypocrisy alert"...
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Seriously regretting saying "yes lets revise together". watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-03-2011 18:09
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- 30-03-2011 18:12
Just tell him you need those notes because your friend needs to copy it too.
Oh wait, but he will photocopy it.... =.=
I ma helpless, OP... I personally would just say that I am not free and have other commitments to do.
Spoiler:ShowBy the way, in comparisont to other thread on H&R, this can be the most boring troll ever.
- 30-03-2011 18:14
Forget your notes, suggest you work together from other material.
- 30-03-2011 18:18
What are you worried about in lending out your notes?
If you're worried you might not get them back, you could always photocopy them yourself. Also bear in mind that there wouldn't be an element of 'getting knowledge without putting in the work' because with or without your notes, these people would still have to spend a lot of time going through the material. Obviously, if you're talking about notes for an essay then you shouldn't lend them out at all due to plagiarism issues.
- 30-03-2011 18:20
just say your busy when he wants too. + just take books if you do, not stuff you've done.
I've avoided revising with my friends too for this reason + that it's hard to get stuff done + you end up helping them (then they end up getting better grades than you - true story )
My 'friend' read part of my report I was learning for an exam >
Try and get out of it or you'll just end up being used and angry. good luck x