The 7 Stages Of Finals Week As Told By 'Spongebob Squarepants'
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The 7 Stages Of Finals Week As Told By 'Spongebob Squarepants'

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Finals week: the one thing separating us from summer break. As college students, we're looking forward to getting finals over with, but we're dreading them at the same time. Here are the seven stages of taking final exams, as told by "Spongebob Squarepants."

1. Denial

Finals start next week? OK, well watching "Grey's Anatomy" is basically the same as studying for bio, so...

2. Procrastination

It's almost finals week? I'm just going to take a nap, go to the gym, grab some food, paint my nails and start "House of Cards" first.

3. Realization

Finals start in three days? Oh shoot, I haven't started studying at all.

4. Fear

It's almost finals week. I repeat: It's almost finals week!

5. Anger

Why is it already finals week?!

6. Panic

Aaaahhhh!

7. Acceptance

You've pulled a series of all nighters and gone through more coffee than you thought humanly possible, but you finally made it. Now go kill your exams!

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