The 10 Faces Of Finals' Week
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The 10 Faces Of Finals' Week

Ten people you're bound to run into during this stressful week.

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1.The Procrastinator:

This is the classic student, who manages to get everything done in one night, with coffee and sheer willpower.


2.The Determined:

This student gets it done. They're ready for finals. Bring. It. On.


3. The Stressor:

This person is one term paper away from a mental breakdown.


4. The Optimist:


This annoying and rare student doesn’t worry about these upcoming finals. Their calm is infuriating.


5. The Desperate:

This person is looking to get that A, by ANY means necessary.


6. The Resigned:


This student has accepted their less than stellar final grade and their official motto now is “YOLO!”


7. The Calculator:


This person will break out the calculus-based math just to figure out the minimum grade they need to pass.


8.The Beggar:


This person gets really religious during this week.


9. The Negotiator:


Smooth talking is not an issue for this person. “Listen, I want to pass. You don’t want to see me again…let’s make this work.”


And Finally...The one person nobody envies...

10. The Absent-Minded


This person just remembered…”Wait…It’s TOMORROW??!?!??”

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