Bonus Post: How to Study for Finals

Step 1: Start out confident.

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Step 2: Realize you can’t remember a single thing you learned at the beginning of the semester anymore, and the rest of it is just sort of a haze of why-am-I-not-sleeping-right-now and when-are-we-actually-going-to-need-to-know-this-(oh-crap-I-forgot-about-finals).

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Step 3: Make a face like a pirate in hopes of scaring your notes into making more sense.

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Step 4: When that doesn’t work, make a face like a lost puppy instead, in hopes of depressing your notes into taking pity on you, and thus making more sense.

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Step 5: Take a nap.

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If you’ve got final exams coming up: Good luck! I’m rooting for you not to fall flat on your face like I’m probably going to.

If you don’t: Run.

Talk to you Wednesday!

~Julia

PS. I’m serious. Run. Run, Forrest, Run–save yourself while you still can, because, “The finals are coming! The finals are coming!” AHHHHH.

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10 thoughts on “Bonus Post: How to Study for Finals

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  3. 14K nano but i will keep writing, most of my friends want to read the finished product. the post last week froever really matched how i feel right now and i love the fact that we are on such a simular page even though we live so far apart, have a year age diffrence and you are a million times a better writer than me. ps bonus picture post are amazing as always, thankyou for study tips and how to eat a pancke they are among my favorite of your

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    • Welp, I think Tatiana’s stalker tendencies are wearing off on you, knowing the brand of my computer and all. 😉 I’ll make sure to download that program. Thanks! How are things going for you?

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      • Haha, I noticed it in a post of yours a while ago 😉 I haven’t tried the program yet because I keep trying to convince myself that I don’t procrastinate on the internet (look what I’m doing right now when I have a World History test on monday :P) but my friends have used it and said that it works really well.
        Things are going great! 🙂 How are things going for you?

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        • So I tried using the program last week to get myself to focus on my English paper, and I ended up just using all the tricks I learned in high school to get around the blocker to the websites I locked myself out of. Which took even more time out of working on my paper than if I’d just left them open like usual. I think I officially have a problem.

          Other than that, though, things are going pretty well. 😛 Finals start in the morning, which is such a fantastic feeling (heh heh heh), but I’m honestly only worried about passing Spanish at this point, so as soon as I’m done with that, it should be a nice, gradual slope down to the end of the semester. And then I get three weeks off, with absolutely no homework at all, because teachers can’t do that to you in college. Which is amazing. And yeah.

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