Not really, are you going to want to start coding after 8-10 hours at work?
I def would. I still code after 14 hours of school/homework/practice every day
sometimes its less if i dont have that much hw
after only 8-10 hours i would most definitely be coding
You wouldn't know, you've never been to an actual workspace...school is easy compared to that, you just learn, not much work, +you get long breaks. There's no boss yelling at you at school and not reaching a deadline isn't going to get your income snapped. My dad looked forward to going to school because his family was poor, school definitely isn't of the same intensity as a real job(unless you're talking about hardcore SAT prep, which I might have to start soon)