Finals Week As Told By Grey's Anatomy
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Finals Week As Told By Grey's Anatomy

It's the most stressful time of the year.

Finals Week As Told By Grey's Anatomy
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It's that time of year again, finals. Finals week is questionably the worst week of school. A few exams standing between you and sweet winter break. The stress is real, the exams are hard, but we will all get through it. Grab an extra cup of coffee and head to the library. It's time to get to work.

Teachers begin to talk about your final exams

But you just ignore them

They start going over the review guide and you don't remember anything that happened this semester

Then you ask the person next to you if they know what the professor is talking about and he's just like

You begin to come to terms that you really need to study

So you rush to the library because there is no time to spare

Only to realize it's packed with students who look like they are on the verge of breaking

You momentarily have a breakdown due to the stress

But quickly pick yourself up because you are brilliant.

The day of your exam has come and you brace yourself for what's to come.

And the first question of the exam hits you like a bomb

But you smile and push forward because there is no stopping now

You walk to the front of the room to turn your exam in and your professor asked you how you did and you're just like

But on the inside, you're just like

Finally, you walk out the door and realize that the semester is finally over. You did it!

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