Schoolies, retirement. Yeah, that’s about it.
A-level students are getting their reactions in early before their results are announced on 14 August.
Yay, important life-altering things are about to happen!
If all the questions were multiple choice. Real questions from past GCSE exam papers.
“No, really, I’m way more screwed than you. I’ve actually done no revision.”
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These are multiple choice, however, instead of the essays. Questions inspired by GCSE English and the SATs.
If all the questions were multiple choice, that is. Real questions from past GCSE exam papers.
Are you putting the “pro” back in procrastination?
“We do not want to die, we just want to be injured enough to get out of taking our finals.”
Here’s to an enchanted finals week.
Walk through a lake of fire, brush your teeth with barbed wire, etc. All of these things are better alternatives to studying for your final exams.
These are multiple choice so you really have no excuse. Based on GCSE revision questions from the BBC.
They aren’t kidding around.
The short-comings of Mark and Jeremy seem a little too similar to the lives of us students.
Don’t worry, you’ve got this. You’re solid.
Just try competing with Jesus.
More like beginning-terms, during-terms, and end-terms, amirite?
You look forward to it for months. But when it finally happens, it’s not all you’d hoped.
The story of college finals told by Pawnee’s finest.
Finals are THE WORST. But these tips and tricks will make them suck a little less.
Students take note: you’re probably doing it wrong!
The Houston, Texas university created a “Puppy Room” staffed with dogs from pet therapy group Faithful Paws, in order to help students relax while they study for their exams.