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Figuring Out The First Test Week Of The Semester, With Leslie Knope

"We have to remember what's important in life: friends waffles and work. Or waffles, friends, work. But work has to come third."

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Figuring Out The First Test Week Of The Semester, With Leslie Knope

The first test week of the semester usually goes something like this...

Build yourself up!

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Build up that self-esteem way in advance. If you know you are going to fail it, write yourself that encouragement letter. You deserve it!

Make that time for YOU!

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Honestly, more love and more action are key. Love yourself enough to take breaks, but also love yourself enough to take action!!!

We all feel this way.

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Maybe you waited till the last minute and are struggling. Keep going, take a deep breath, and realize that as soon as its over, you can go home and take a nap.

Reach out to friends for help you may need. 

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Leslie slayed on asking people for help. You can do this.

Get to the test, and maybe it is 4 different chapters that you didn't look at. 

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Don't forget to bring shaving cream to send that professor out the door.

But maybe you left the test, and actually feel like you kill it. 

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I mean, if you feel like you did good, no one is hating.

But then you get that test back, and realize that you are down a hole unless you get some extra credit. 

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Office hours, here we come.

"Sorry, I have already told you, I do not give extra credit."

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The cursed words you never want to hear.

And the class average comes back, and its 97, and you feel dumb.

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Honestly, what went wrong? Time to drop out.

The week is over, and you somehow have to figure out how to make a 96 in each class for the rest of the semester to keep your GPA. 

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"I'm sorry, does anyone have a pillow I can scream in?" Happy Test Week!!!

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