20 Ways You Know The End Of The Semester Is Here
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20 Ways You Know The End Of The Semester Is Here

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20 Ways You Know The End Of The Semester Is Here

We all know what the end of the semester looks like. Yeah, we are excited to go home for our breaks and finally have no school work and just enjoy our lazy days. Well, before we get to enjoy our lazy days hanging out with our pets and watching even more Netflix, we have to overcome what is known as FinalsHell Week! Yes, it is finally that time of the year where you are mentally, physically, emotionally and all sorts of done.

1. Your professors make everything due before the Thanksgiving break!

2. You probably had about two hours of sleep in the past three days.

3. Coffee is your best friend and worst nightmare at the same time.

4. Booking a room in a library so you can study is impossible.

5. Frustration is a constant feeling.

6. And all you want to do is take a nap.

7. You procrastinate all your work.

8. You hate everyone around you.

9. Amnesia hits you as soon as you walk into finals.

10. Instead of studying, you get addicted to a new show series to binge-watch.

11. When your professor pushes a due date back to after Thanksgiving break:

12. When professors decide that everything is due in one day:

13. You finally understand Britney

14. You want to throw everything in the air and quit.

15. Anxiety kicked in and you don't want to move at all.

16. Your only way out is to pull all-nighters.

17. You want to curse your professors out, but then you remind yourself you're at their mercy for grades.

18. You can't wait to be done.

19. You finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.


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