The 20 GIFs That Perfectly Describe Your Finals Experience

The 20 GIFs That Perfectly Describe Your Finals Experience
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It’s that time of year we can all relate to. We are all familiar with that miserable period when the school semester is coming to end and your workload exponentially increases. No more fun and partying, it’s actually time to buckle down and to get all your work done.

Finals are around the corner and you haven’t done any work all semester. As if that isn’t enough, your professors find it appropriate to give you long and meaningless final projects that are due around the same time as your tests.

You have no choice but to get the work done. No more excuses, it’s go time. All that money your parents spent on you this semester cannot go to waste. So you have no choice but to hit the library and study.

At the end there is nothing more nauseating than knowing that no matter how well you do on your final and how amazing your GPA is, you are not guaranteed a job upon graduating from college.

The end of semester is jam-packed with sleepless nights, a lot of Adderall, and pointless memorization in order to prepare for finals. As many of you can attest, there is no experience more taxing on the mind and body than preparing for these finals.

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