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    15 Struggles Of Working On A Group Project

    As told by your favorite Disney villains.

    1. Getting stuck with a terrible group through "random assignment."

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    2. Not holding back when someone suggests you take a leadership role.

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    3. Shooting down all the terrible input your group members come up with.

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    4. When the person who has done the least amount of work creates a message thread to "improve communication."

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    5. Watching everyone's terrible ideas roll in on said message thread.

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    6. Putting faith in other members to do productive work without your direct supervision.

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    7. When that one annoying girl in your group decides to change the PowerPoint layout without your approval.

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    8. Trying to explain basic concepts to the group members who have been surfing Pinterest the entire semester.

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    9. When someone suggests you not take the project so seriously.

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    10. Luring the weaker members to get on board with all of your ideas.

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    11. Showing your true colors as your patience runs out.

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    12. Complaining to outside friends about how terrible the project is.

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    13. Finding out peer evaluations are part of everyone's grade.

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    14. The day of the presentation and your unprepared group members fumble through their portion of the presentation.

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    15. After the project is complete, your group members try to maintain friendships with you.

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    Nah.

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