Turns out they are less likely to choose it if they have a related class first thing in the morning or after a few hard classes. More likely to choose a major that had to do with the first class they had after lunch break.
In other words, things that seem to have nothing to with nothing have an impact.
Which got me wondering again about how people make buying decisions and how can I increase the chances they will buy from me.
And I want to go beyond the obvious ones like: people are more likely to open your emails (sent to their work address) if I send them at 9 am on a Monday vs 3pm on a Friday.
If you are new at business, this is a great place to start: https://2012books.lardbucket.org/books/marketing-principles-v1.0/s06-consumer-behavior-how-people-m.html
Might find it useful even if you have been at it for a while.
Anyway, 14 hours later, I have come up with nothing new. Except that I need a million video/recording drones to follow all the adults within 50 miles 24/7, to figure out what do they do before they buy things I want to sell them.