Every College Kid's Finals Week As Told By the Cast Of 'Grey's Anatomy'
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Every College Kid's Finals Week As Told By the Cast Of 'Grey's Anatomy'

It's a beautiful day to fail exams.

Every College Kid's Finals Week As Told By the Cast Of 'Grey's Anatomy'
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It's amazing how much going to college and "Grey's Anatomy" are synonymous, but they really are.

Maybe it's all of the crying, dying and perpetual gloom and doom, or maybe it's just that the show and college itself love to make things a little dramatic. Either way, for these reasons, there's no better way of explaining what finals week is like other than the cast of Grey's Anatomy:

Waking up the morning of exams like

Trying to motivate yourself to study

Then finding literally anything to do but study

Eventually earning yourself a "study break"

Walking into the exam like

Looking over the test after the professor passes it out

Coming across a question you had absolutely no clue even related to the class

. . .So you make up an answer

When the professor throws in questions that weren't on the study guide

Leaving your last final exam

Checking your grades a week later and seeing that you passed

. . .Or finding out you didn't

Then trying to explain to your parents why you failed

But you just dance it out because everything's fine and you're home for winter break

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