Finals Week Told By The Cast Of 'Friends'
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Finals Week Told By The Cast Of 'Friends'

Joey, Phoebe, Rachel, Ross, Monica and Chandler understand.

Finals Week Told By The Cast Of 'Friends'
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What do college students hate the most? Besides attendance points, the answer will always be finals. We are flooding our brains trying to remember everything that we have learned throughout the entire semester. The stress is high, our headphones are in, and the library is packed.

As our eyes are glazing over while reading our textbook and reviewing our PowerPoints, we are thinking of every possible way to get out of studying. We’ve already eaten our weight in pizza, heard that new song twenty times over, and daydreamed of telling our professor off. Here is a depiction of the worst week in a college students life told by the best cast around.

1. When you look at the study guide

2. When you "skim" the textbook

3. When you get the study munchies

4. When you talk to your classmates

5. When you study for three hours and all you know is...

6. When your parents call and ask how studying is going

7. When you're in the study group and you have no idea what people are talking about

8. When you find out everyone else doesn't know what they're doing either

9. When the professor puts in grades

10. When you email your professor and beg to round up your grade

To all the college students out there, good luck and rest in peace.

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