Finals As Told By Hannah Montana
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Finals As Told By Hannah Montana

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Finals As Told By Hannah Montana

Finals, the most dreaded time of any student's year. Finals call for a whole lot of stress eating, hard work, an emotional breakdown here and there, and finally that moment of relief when you walk out of your last final. Here is finals week told by your favorite popstar of 2006, Hannah Montana.

1. “I can almost see it, that dream I'm dreaming, but there's a voice inside my head saying, you’ll never reach it."

Yes, as finals week begins we're so close but so far, surely it is the climb of the year.

2. “When you can’t seem to win, if things don’t turn out the way you plan, figure something else out, don’t stay down! Try again, Yeah!”

Yes, finals week can never fail to bring out the stress in all of us, but just remember "Nobody's Perfect."

3. “A true friend, You’re here till the end, You pull me aside when something ain’t right.”

I can think we can all agree that on this week our textbook is our number one "True Friend," as it may be our saving grace to passing our final.

4. That glorious moment when your teacher tells you the final is a take home.

Thank you for making my semesteryear.

5. “With a new attitude everything can change, make a new attitude everything can change make it how you want it to be, stay mad, why do that? Give yourself a break.'

A good attitude can be the key to a good study session if you get worked up take a quick break for a snack to boost your mood. I mean "Life's What You Make It"right?

6. Stress level = choosing between Guitar Cutie Jesse or Actor Jake.

Yes, as much as we try to keep stress levels low, sometimes we can't help it.

7. Stress can lead to...

Remember to take care of yourself. Get plenty of sleep, eat and drink, stay healthy

8. Don't be afraid to get creative with study techniques!

Miley Stewart aced her anatomy class based on a song and dance. Who's to say you can't do the same

9. “Who said, who said I can’t be Superman I say, I say that I know I can”

Walk into your final with all the confidence in the world because "Who Said" you can’t ace it?

10. “So I put my hands up, they're playin' my song, the butterflies fly away, I'm noddin' my head like yeah!”

Walking out of your last final, you’re ready for a "Party In The USA."

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