I'm currently attending a five-year school about Business and Media Design. I'm in my 4th year and I'm 17 years old.
In the last half year my classmates have become very annoying for me. Today it reached a peak.
We have a very small classroom with 4 rows and 6 seats per row (4 in the 4th row) and we are 21 people. I always sat in 2nd row and it was completely fine.
Now, two of my class complained about their seats. One sits in first row and has problems with her neck because of staring up to the board, although she has chosen this seat on her own. Another one sits in the last row and wants to sit more in the front.
A classmate of mine made 10 different seat plans, in 7 of them I would sit in the corner in the last row. One of them was chosen to be our new plan.
I tried to talk to my classmates that I really don't want to sit there. My reasons are:
- I want to have good grades and I can't concentrate in the back row because people are so loud all the time and the teachers kind of ignore you there
- I already sat there most of the time last year
- I don't sit next to people I can talk to very much, my seatmate only spends 25% of the courses with me
- I don't want to change seat every break
- I'm all alone there, I'm already a class-outsider
How can I communicate with them, that this seat is really not possible for me.
PS. I'm from Austria
http://prntscr.com/i8rark (here are the two seating plans if anyone needs them - L.O is the girl with the bad eyesight)
UPDATE: The problem came up on Thursday. The classmate, who made the different seating plans complained to the class teacher. She looked at all the different versions and told the class that most of the time the same people sit in the back row (me, S.P, T.K) and we already sat there last year. Then two of my class volunteered to sit in the backrow and the third back-row-person was drawn by lot. I don't know if I was right or if I overexaggerated but the teacher helped me.