Finals Week As Told By Doctor Who
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Finals Week As Told By Doctor Who

What happens if you can't hop in a TARDIS and run away from your finals.

Finals Week As Told By Doctor Who

Finals are here! Are you ready to take them, or are you just ready to go home for the semester?

When you look through the syllabus and see nothing listed about the final.

Realizing that you have three papers, a presentation, and four exams to prepare for within the next week and that you procrastinated on them, even though you swore that you wouldn’t this time.

Heading to the library to get stuff done like

Getting to the library, and getting distracted by just about everything else.

Making your own study materials.

Being too lazy to make any actual food, but also too lazy to go to the dining hall.

Trying to figure out the worst you could do on the final and still pass.

When your professor announces on the last day of real classes that he expects to see you all for the final that he said you didn’t have.

Actually going in to take your finals after having studied.

Taking your final and realizing that none of it is what you studied.

What you want to say to that know-it-all person who says the test was super easy.

When you realize the correct answer after you’re already back in your dorm.

Wishing that you could just leave already.

When your friends ask how you came up with an answer you obviously had no idea on.

When it’s all over so you’re just left sitting there wondering how you did it.

Having one last hangout session with your best friend before you leave each other for a month.

Finally going home and realizing that you don’t have to do anything for a whole month.

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