Should You Skip Class?
My daughter and I bumped into a couple of her former high school classmates at Target one afternoon and she asked the two girls what they thought of San Diego State University, which is where they attend school.
I'll never forget their enthusiastic response. They said they loved San Diego State because they could cut classes and nobody would know.
I doubt that's the sort of endorsement that any university would appreciate, but skipping classes has probably been going on since college existed.
For all those students out there who regularly struggle with whether they should ditch a class, there is now an online calculator that can help them decide. (What would we do without the Internet?)
The Skip Class Calculator claims that it can help a student decide whether ditching a class is a smart move.
1. Okay.Got you.I have many ways to say 旷课 in English.
2.I can say：I'll skip classes.
3.I can also say：I'll cut classes.
4. I can also say：I'll ditch a class.
So,to skip classes means to cut classes,to ditch classes.
For example,I can say：
Well, many students are skipping/cutting/ditching the class of this professor,for his class is just so boring that noone can get anything out of it.
When we say：Someone is skipping classes,we can also say He or She is not showing up.He or She is
absent from the class.