19 .GIFs That Oddly Predict How Your Exam Week Is Going To Go
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19 .GIFs That Oddly Predict How Your Exam Week Is Going To Go

We are honestly all at this point where our entire week can be described in a .GIF, am I right?

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19 .GIFs That Oddly Predict How Your Exam Week Is Going To Go

And yes, I am procrastinating by making this article. @ me.

When you realize you procrastinated way too much.

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When you are praying to God that He comes sooner rather than later. 

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When you start to feel the rock at rock bottom. 

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When, at this point, is it really worth it to start studying? 

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When you only have an hour before the exam, and have no time to waste. 

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When you walk in to ask the teacher a question, and get, "You should have asked this earlier," when you didn't have that question earlier. 

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When you forget a scantron. 

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When you ask the teacher if she has any extras because you see several on her desk. 

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When you are about to start the exam and your friend says she is going to "fail," but you know that means a B. 

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When you are taking the exam and ask the teacher a question, and she says that you are trying to get her to tell you the answer. 

If you know, you know. 

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When you bring the teacher a candle after the exam on the hopes it helps. 

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When she says, "Just set it on my desk." 

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When she tells the class, there will be no curve. 

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When you actually get your test back and passed. 

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When you have five other exams, a paper, and a presentation, and it is only Monday. 

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When your friend asks if your okay, and you don't have time to hash it out because of the five exams, papers, and presentation. 

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When you feel bad for yelling at her, and decide that maybe she just cares. 

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Finally, when you finish and it's Friday and you need love and attention. 

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