Finals Week as Told by Gifs

Finals week. The entire semester has built up to this last week and while many students have tried to ignore this fact, at some point it will hit that finals week has fallen upon campus.

Here are 10 gifs that encompass the vast range of emotions of finals week:  

1. Procrastination  The idea of finals week is pushed out of the way and blocked with other responsibilities. The procrastination goes on until there is no other option, but to start preparing for exams at the last possible moment.

2. Planning or lack thereof

The stress finally builds to the point where every second leading up to finals gets scheduled. This includes eating, sleeping and bathroom breaks. Or zero planning is done and it’s time to wing finals week.  

3. Studying

And so it begins, time to start studying for exams.  

4. Sleep deprivation

Sleep does not even exist throughout the week.

5. Breakdown

Being stressed with a full week of exams, a breakdown of some sort is inevitable. This may include, but not limited to: crying, yelling, hyperventilating, etc.

6. Coffee

The delicious liquid that will keep everyone alive for the week.

7. More studying

After a refreshing coffee, it's back to hitting the books.

8. Even more studying

The last few moments before an exam are best spent studying with a side of studying topped with a bit more studying.

9. Exams

   The exams are finally here and all there is left to do is hope for the best.

10. Racing home after the exam

After the last exam students flee campus, much like a crime scene, to go home for a month on winter break.

Good luck this week!

(All photos courtesy of Giphy)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A second-year student at Ohio University, Hannah Moskowitz is majoring in the news and information journalism track at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. During her time there, she is president, campus correspondent and writes for Her Campus. She was a member of JFresh 9 where she learned techniques in multimedia storytelling. In her free time, she writes for her personal blog: www.hannahmeetsworld.com as well as contributes to Buzzfeed as a community member.

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