Finals Week According To Your Zodiac Sign

Finals Week According To Your Zodiac Sign

Our astrological signs have a lot of impact on our personalities, and our personalities have a lot of impact on our study habits.

Finals Week According To Your Zodiac Sign

We all have different methods for dealing with finals week. Some deal with finals better than others, but how does your Zodiac sign tie into the way you deal with it?

Our astrological signs have a lot of impact on our personalities, and our personalities have a lot of impact on our study habits. So, here are the signs and how they react to finals week.

1. Aries (March 21 - April 19)

Aries are bold and love to be the best. An Aries is going into finals week prepared for the worst, and they know they are going to do the best they can possibly do on even the toughest exams.

2. Taurus (April 20 - May 20)

Taurus is going into the worst week of the year with a relaxed mindset. Organic chemistry finals are no match against a calm, quiet spot to study in the library where there are no distractions and post-study baths filled with essential oils.

3. Gemini (May 21 - June 20)

Geminis are constantly trying to do as many things as they possibly can at once, and that isn’t going to change during finals week. Rather than take time to study one subject at a time, Geminis are going into full chaos mode and studying every subject they can in one sitting.

4. Cancer (June 21 - July 22)

A Cancer is going into finals week telling everyone they are totally ready and prepared when on the inside they are losing their minds. But they’re going to continue to pretend they have everything under control, even if they don’t.

5. Leo (July 23 - August 22)

This fire sign is going to go into a finals week with the mindset that they are going to do great no matter how much they study. Their determination and boldness prevent them from doubting themselves in the slightest.

6. Virgo (August 23 - September 22)

Virgos are going to enter finals week with the most logical approach possible. They are going to allot equal study time to each class and ensure they have a full game-plan for sleep schedules, study times, and study breaks.

7. Libra (September 23 - October 22)

Libras aren’t going to give up on their study time for finals week, but they aren’t going to give up on their social life either. This balanced sign knows how much time is best for studying, but is still going to allow themselves a break to socialize and relax so they don’t overwhelm themselves.

8. Scorpio (October 23 - November 21)

Everyone thinks the Scorpio is going to be the least prepared for finals week when in reality, they are the most prepared. They have an excellent poker face and aren’t going to show their cards when it comes to how prepared they actually are for finals.

9. Sagittarius (November 22 - December 21)

Sagittarians are going into finals week fully prepared to go to the library every day, but mainly to socialize. While their intentions are well-meant, and they truly do want to study, they can’t help but get distracted when surrounded by their studying peers.

10. Capricorn (December 22 - January 19)

There is absolutely nothing stopping the Capricorn from pushing themselves a little too hard during finals week. They want to succeed, and they truly don’t care what measures they have to go to in order to do well on their finals. Sleep is for the weak, right Capricorn?

11. Aquarius (January 20 - February 18)

Aquarians procrastinated the entire semester and are now going into finals week with the intention of all-nighters, breakdowns and intense amount of coffee.

However, their own personal breakdown won’t prevent these humanitarians from making sure all their friends enter finals week with a positive mindset, despite their own.

12. Pisces (February 19 - March 20)

Pisces doesn’t even need to study. They’ve gone to every lecture and absorbed as much information on the course as possible. They have no issues and are ready to show off their ability to take in some knowledge.

But, no matter your Zodiac sign, remember you are going to kick finals week's butt!

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