Ok, maybe the question should be reworded like this:
Is this girl using me to teach her?
I met this older student, she's 32 years old and she has like 2 kids to look after. I was originally friends with another girl, but this 32 year old woman decided to join our group. I only wanted to make 1 friend, instead of sticking to groups, because I have my own study schedule, work schedule, and life etc.. and I didn't want to get into this group pressure thing..
Anyway, this 32 year old woman asked me if I was heading to the library after class, and I said "yes" and she followed me. She then sat next me to in a group table, and then started asking me all these questions on A&P, and BASICALLY RELYING on me to teach her.. I ended up explaining to her all the concepts, and she did not contribute at all, basically she is LAZY to do the READINGS on her her, so she's pretty much reliant on me to teach it to her? lol..
I also felt that it was a waste of time, I could have been working on my assignment or reading my textbook.
I thought that she would study on her own, once we got to the library but NO..
The thing is it feels like she is using me, to teach her. She doesn't even sit next to me in class, and then asks me if I'm going to the library.
I don't know if I have an obligation to TEACH HER and make her pass the course even though she's my classmate.
Today, she asked me again, if I was going to the library...
I'm now thinking that, I can't get INDIVIDUAL STUDY done, because she's basically relying on me to "teach" her the materials, so that she can study them at home.
Am I being selfish or reasonable here?
What do I say to her the next time she asks me if I want to go to the library?
Do I just say " I want to work on my assignment, or I want to study on my own..."
I don't want to tell her at her face that I don't want to study with her..