14 .GIFs To Describe Your First Week Of School After Break
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Just 14 .GIFs To Describe Your First Week Of School After Break

New semester means same old struggles.

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Just 14 .GIFs To Describe Your First Week Of School After Break

Some people dread the start of a new semester while some people get super excited. You can be either of these people, but you will totally relate to the common first-week struggles of getting back in the groove of school.

1. When you realize class starts tomorrow.

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2. The first day of school and they are already teaching you something.

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3. When you get home and can't remember how to do the homework.

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4. When you see how much your textbook costs.

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5. When you figure out who the smarty pants is.

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6. Trying to find inspiration just before class starts.

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7. When you find out you know everyone in your class.

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8. Trying to stay awake in class.

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9. When the description says it's an intro class...but you look like this on the first day.

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10. Sneaking a text when your teacher isn't looking.

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11. When you try to volunteer to answer.

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12. When you have to walk all the way across campus in 10 minutes.

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13. When the class is completely silent.

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14. When the school day is finally over. 

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