How We Get Through Finals As Told By The "Friends" Cast
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How We Get Through Finals As Told By The "Friends" Cast

So no one told you life was gonna be this way...

How We Get Through Finals As Told By The "Friends" Cast

The weather is getting warmer, the days are longer, the birds are chirping...that can only mean that summer is coming. Unfortunately, that also means so is the end of the semester. With finals comes many emotional stages, and here’s (a few) presented by the "Friends" cast:

1. When your professors begin assigning all your final projects and papers:

2. And you enter a stage of denial about all the work you have to do:

3. But then put together a list of all the assignments/studying you have to get done:

4. Which makes you feel confident and then plan out your schedule like the good student you are:

5. Which of course calls for a much needed break...or three.

6. Then regret that decision...

7. And complain to everyone you know about all the work you have to do:

8. Until you decide it's time to (reluctantly) get everything done:

9. Which leads to drinking way too much coffee:

10. And finding any way to catch up on sleep:

11. Until you FINALLY finish...

12. And realize you were capable of doing it after all:

13. And get to catch up on some much needed rest.

So as we get into the stressful time of finals just don't forget that you can do this. Keep yourself organized and take it one step at a time; before you know it, you'll be in bed catching up on your favorite shows.

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