It wouldn’t be college without midterms and finals. We probably spend most of our time trying to study, instead of actually having a systematic way of doing it. Don’t worry, eventually you’ll find your groove because your grades depends on it. It’s okay to feel nervous about your first college exam, or any tests for
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Can you feel our excitement about finals? No? Good! Glad we’re on the same page. Here are some finals memes to get you motivated. Good luck out there!
May is just around the corner, which means finals! Here are some memes to ease some of the stresses of finals week. Pain is temporary, GPA is forever. You got this!
The majority of students are most likely taking their finals remotely, so here are some memes to help ease the grueling studying process. Good luck out there!
Wow, how time flies! We are just a little over the halfway mark for fall semester 2019. How are you feeling? We imagine you have covered the entire emotional spectrum up to this point – and you know what? We can sympathize. Furthermore, we can hopefully advise. We have a few practical tips to get
Finals week is so stressful. But, why is that? First we need to understand why finals are so stressful. Obviously, they’re important to your college career but there’s tons of critically important things we do that don’t stress us out nearly as much. It’s sort of super important to drive, skate, bike (or whatever mode
You’ve heard all the standard ramblings on how to do better on tests like get plenty of rest and eat a healthy meal. But now we’ve compiled science based and tested tips that you can implement today. Let’s start with studying: Multitasking doesn’t exist. Most people are under the illusion they can multitask. The science
This post is not meant to exacerbate the pain of finals but instead, to soften the blow. Trust us, we’ve been there too. It’s not fun. To hopefully lighten the mood, enjoy these relatable GIFs about finals. Best wishes to all.
As the end of the semester looms and your tasks pile up, your time’s running out. If you haven’t already mastered the art of being organized and prepared, we’ve got you covered with 4 essential tools to close out this semester and start the next like a master. While selecting the these tools we found
Now that spring break 2019 has come and gone, it’s time to re-focus on that study game. Stay Objective: It is important to be objective with your goals. Sometimes, the to-do list can get so long we don’t know where to begin. Focusing on a more realistic, attainable win will serve you better than striving