Finals are just around the corner. These tests come with a lot of work and a lot of memes. To help with those pesky tests, here are the 12 stages of finals as told by the internet.
Stage 1 – Procrastination: Only a few more days until finals. You should probably study, but that new show on Netflix is begging to be binge watched.
— Monty Brinckman (@montyjbsmith) April 29, 2014
Stage 2 – Extreme studying. Finals have caught up so you go on a 24-hour studying spree to make up for lost time.
— UVU PRSSA (@UVUPRSSA) December 10, 2018
Stage 3 – Fear: Dread seeps in and you have a haunting feeling all the studying was for nothing.
— Muhammad Fahad Kadri (@fahadkadri) May 12, 2012
Stage 4 – Insanity: Fear, stress and sleep deprivation give way to madness.
— WHWS 105.7 Radio (@WHWS1057) December 15, 2016
Stage 5 – Motivation: Insanity passes and you fill your head with compliments and motivation to compensate for poor preparation.
— UNI College of Business Administration (@UNIBusiness) December 10, 2018
Stage 6 – Return to fear: Testing begins and fear and stress return.
— Hannah Lawson (@H_Law20) December 4, 2018
Stage 7 – Game time: Stress passes and you get to work.
— grace stanfield 💜🌻 (@graciediane) May 15, 2013
Stage 8 – Momentary peace: A feeling of euphoria and joy as you complete your final tests.
— Angelo Greek Life (@AngeloGreekLife) December 10, 2018
Stage 9 – Disillusion: Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to a disillusioned view of finals.
— Casey DeLucenay (@kcdelucenay) April 24, 2015
Stage 10 – Hatred shifts: Fear and hate turn from the tests to the test givers.
— Mr. Hamlett (@Mister8chBJPS) May 23, 2014
Stage 11 – Plotting: You make plans to wreak your revenge.
Teacher evaluations during finals pic.twitter.com/oznWnpcTky
— light_skin_jezuz (@sk8demo) December 14, 2015
Stage 12 – Freedom: Moment of truth. Generally followed by relaxation and joy.
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) May 2, 2017