It's beginning to look a lot like finals. Stress is at an all-time high and we're all kicking it into high gear (or at least trying). Jess, Nick, Schmidt, Cece, and Winston just might have a little bit of wisdom (or foolishness) to share with us as we cry about finals.
Realizing finals are coming.
Thinking about what you've acutally learned during the semester.
When your study group wants to meet.
When your professor assigns a final paper... in addition to the exam.
Realizing you know nothing on the study guide.
Trying to study.
Realizing you don't acutally know how to study.
Giving up on the paper and watching another five episodes.
Wanting to go out when you can't.
Going out anyways.
Not getting any sleep.
Entering the library.
Seeing productive people.
Realizing you're not one of those people.
When people kill the wifi.
Giving yourself a pep talk.
Realizing that you can't study because you're hungry.
Finding out you're out of meal swipes.
Thinking about the final you should be studying for.
Getting a pep talk from your mom.
When people pretend to be your friend to get your notes.
But when some other random person shares a study guide with you.
When you just want to be alone.
Feeling sorry for yourself... because you're alone.
Online shopping instead of studying.
Waking up for a final.
Wishing you had a smarter twin to take your final for you.
Crying about the final.
Realizing you should've studied more.
Realizing your bank account is empty and you're still hungry.
Walking into your final.
Not knowing how to do the first problem.
When no one got the same answer as you... not even close.
Actually realizing you don't care anymore.
Seeing your friend go into a final.
Walking out of you last final.
Realizing the semester is over and you survived another finals week.
In two weeks, we'll all be sitting down and taking our finals. This will be the day that all of our hard work pays off or we'll realize we'll be spending the next three months in summer school. Finals week will come and go, remember that you're not defined by a test score. Good luck to all the sleep and motivation deprived college students out there.