What is studying like where you live? Is there tuitions in your school and do you know people that haven't been able to study because of money? What's your basic day like? Do you work while studying? I'm curious because all I know about the studying habits of people around the world is thru movies. Studying in Finland is a blessing. There's no tuitions and the government pays you student support about 600 dollars per month. Also you can get a student loan for a very low interest that is backed up by the government and student housing cheaply. I'm studying law in Helsinki University and usually it's eight ours of lectures every day (not mandatory, the exams are) and some presentations and group exercises. It takes 280 study points to become a lawyer here and usually getting just two study points means memorizing about 1000 pages of law text.