Mr. Norton was our college town barber and he was famous for scalping people. I would get scalped and then no matter how short he cut it, insist it was too long and make him do it over. That way I only required 1-2 haircuts/year. Hair that short requires almost no care so I saved valuable time from combing (not to mention the money saved on shampoo). I studied next to Rocky “the Troll” who went bohemian (with the hair only…well mostly). He usually fell asleep about 11 pm- just about the time I needed beard crumbs or beard juice (so I didn’t have to rely on my own snack supply). He used to awaken at midnight for another study session and seemed disappointed that his snack supply was lower than he thought. He never figured it out though. To further save time, I used to squirt toothpaste into my scrambled eggs. That way I could eat breakfast and brush my teeth at the same time. When exam time came, I would eat the mixture while showering to multitask even further. I saved time dressing by rarely wearing shoes and socks. I also saved time by not yawning. It is usually no problem to find a non-science major (they have a LOT more time) and pay them to do your yawning for you. It did get expensive but that was a sacrifice I had to make to get into medical school.