As the college semester comes to a close, finals week becomes an inevitable inconvenience. Many articles revolving around this dreaded week have surfaced on the Internet for obvious reasons, as everyone loves to read about others struggling through the same things they are.

Say goodbye to sleep and hello to coffee because as many college students can attest, the library becomes your new home. No, not a second home, your primary and only home.

There are many different ways to express the emotions of college students during the week, and the Internet does a good job doing it, so here's just another article highlighting the struggles of Finals Week...

The tears become so real that even the rain understands. It's just easier to succumb to it instead of running.

Sleep? What's that? Naps count right? It's okay, one week of no sleep can't be that bad....

Two exams in one day is a lot of fun. Look! A hard wood floor, that looks comfortable.

The days start to blend together. Monday quickly becomes Tuesday and Tuesday quickly becomes Wednesday, oh wait... it's Thursday?

When you just accept your fate. It's all fine. It's all going to be okay. Right.

When you see a fellow student struggling in the library at 3:30 in the morning...

Because not only do you have exams but an abundance of projects and papers as well! Oh what fun.

That mental breakdown where you reevaluate your whole life. How can I major in this if I hate it?

Realizing just how royally screwed you are for these exams. Well, here goes nothing.

This. Just all of this.

Guilty... Don't even pretend that you didn't do this too.

When your parents ask how finals week is going...


And when you realize you can't save your grade so consider alternative career opportunities...

And when it's finally all over...

The bittersweet part about the end of finals week is it means a long break from college, and while getting away from the hard school part is always a relief, leaving your friends and trading in that newfound freedom and time makes you want to come back the minute you leave.