The several rounds of midterms within the quarter system are dizzying - one after another, on top of papers and other things we couldn't care less about. If you're reading this, you're probably procrastinating on studying for that midterm you have this week. I should be studying for my midterms this week, but I decided to write this. If you've watched Pretty Little Liars, you'll definitely recognize these; if you haven't, please do - they're ending the show in a few weeks, which will be after our finals (hopefully that won't be as torturous as midterm season).
Few Days Before The First Midterm(s)
You're working hard, making flashcards, studying every day and night - completely motivated and at the very least, almost ready for that exam in a few days.
Two Days Before Exam(s)
"I'll study in a little while," you said. "Just after work...then eating...then watching TV...then Instagram videos," you said. "Ok, I have so much more going on, I'll worry about that midterm soon," you said...
Night Before Midterm(s) - 6pm
The stress kicks in.
Morning of the exam
You deserve something.
Second Round of Midterms
They've come back to haunt you...even if you got a "A" on the last one(s).
Night Before Midterms - 6pm
You're thinking "One bad grade isn't necessarily going to kill me."
"I need a drink."
Morning of exam...
And on that note - good luck on the next round of midterms everyone!